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Meeting of 
FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, January 16, 1974 Room 228, City Hall, 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Francois, Molinari 

1. Resolution declaring intention to adopt a City-wide street 
beautif ication plan for commercial districts; directing Depart- 
ment of Public Works and Department of City Planning to recommend 
a yearly program and determine priorities; and requesting Depart- 
ment of Public Works to initiate procedures to implement the pro- 
posed beautif ication plan for the Mission District. File 
417-71-1. (Department of Public Works) 

ACTION: TABLED. 

2. Resolution adopting a City-wide street beautif ication plan for 
neighborhood commercial districts and establishment of a neighbor- 
hood commercial street beautif ication fund for the City's portion 
of financing such a plan; directing the Director of Public Works 
to include in his annual budget requests additional monies to 
augment the fund; and establishing criteria for setting priorities 
for use of funds. File 417-71-2. (Department of Public Works) 

ACTION- T0 B0ARD WITH RECOMMENDATION "DO PASS AFTER AMENDMENT." 
Amendment will be on p. 3, subsec. 7: Substitute a 
new Sebsec. 7 as proposed by Mr. Levy, DPWorks. 

3. Ordinance appropriating $5,525 for creation of one position and 
mandatory fringe benefits, Class 1312 Public information Officer, 
Port Commission. File 101-73-104. (Controller) 

1-10-74. Consideration continued one week. 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITH RECOMMENDATION "DO NOT PASS." 

4. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1973-74, Port 
Commission, to reflect the classification of one new position, 
Class 1312 Public Information Officer; companion measure to 
File 101-73-104. File 102-73-65. (Civil Service Commission 
No. 66) 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITH RECOMMENDATION "DO NOT PASS." 

5. Ordinance appropriating $9,573 for equipment, San Francisco Inter- 
national Airport. File 101-73-82.2. (Controller) 

12-26-73. Reref erred to Committee by Board. 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED ONE WEEK. 

6. Ordinance appropriating $170,725 for operation and capital im- 
provement, Department of Public Health and Special Gas Tax Street 
Improvement Fund, rescinding $154,626 from various appropriations. 
File 101-73-99.1. (Controller) 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITH RECOMMENDATION "DO PASS AFTER AMENDMENT." 
Amendment will reduce total to $169,986; reduce 
Public Health EEA Temporary Salaries to $3,360.00. 



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7. Ordinance appropriating $61,470 for operation, Police Department 
and Road Fund, Street Cleaning Project for the Richmond District. 
File 101-73-99.3. (Controller) 

1-7-74. Reref erred to Committee by Board. 

ACTION: ADOPTED IN BOARD JAN. 14, 1974. 

8. Ordinance appropriating $35,955 for operation, equipment and 
capital improvement, Public Library. File 101-73-99.2. 
(Controller) 

1-7-74. Rereferred to Committee by Board. 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED ONE WEEK. 

9. Ordinance appropriating $15,549 to reflect corrected rates of pay 
for Class 3287 Assistant Recreation Supervisor and 3289 Recreation 
Supervisor, Recreation and Park Department, effective July 1, 
1973. File 101-73-105. (Controller) 

ACTION* Clerical error corrected to add Sec. 3 re effective date. 

RECOMMENDED. 

10. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1973-74 to re- 
flect the corrected rates of pay for Class 3287 Assistant Recrea- 
tion Supervisor and 3289 Recreation Supervisor, Recreation and 
Park Department, effective July 1, 1973; companion measure to File 
101-73-105. File 102-73-55. (Civil Service Commission No. 53) 

ACTION* Clerical error corrected to add Sec. 2 re effective date. 
RECOMMENDED. 

11. Communication from Chairman, E D P Priority Committee, urging sup- 
port of a supplemental appropriation in the amount of $26,753 for 
the appointment of three additional systems and research analysts. 
File 691-73. (Chief Administrative Officer) 

ACTION: Hold pending receipt of appropriation or, if not 

forthcoming, to be considered at time of budget hearing. 

12. Ordinance amending Part III of the Municipal Code by amending 
Sections 403 and 407 thereof pertaining to fees for Bicycle 
Licenses. File 679-73. (Tax Collector) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

13. Resolution accepting $19,038 from the United Bay Area Crusade for 
use by the Department of Social Services in providing day care 
services for children from the Western Addition. File 38-74-1. 
(Department of Social Services) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

14. Resolution accepting gift of $7,292 from the United Bay Area 
Crusade for use by the Department of Social Services in providing 
day care services for children in the VJestern Addition. File 
38-74-2. (Department of Social Services) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

15. Resolution accepting gift of $7,875 from the United Bay Area 
Crusade for use by the Department of Social Services in providing 
day care services for children in the Haight-Ashbury Area. File 
33-74-3. (Department of Social Services) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

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16. Resolution accepting gift of $10,254.50 from the United Bay Area 
Crusade for use by the Department of Social Services in providing 
day care services for children in the South of Market Area. File 
38-74-4. (Department of Social Services) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED o 

17. Resolution accepting gift of $8,343 from the United Bay Area 
Crusade for use by the Department of Social Services in providing 
day care services for infants. File 38-74-5. (Department of 
Social Services) 

ACT ION : RE COMMENDED . 

18. Resolution accepting gift of $194 from Standard Oil of California 
for use by the Department of Social Services in providing day 
care services for children in the south of Market area. File 
38-74-6. (Department of Social Services) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

19. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Works to expend 
funds from the Bureau of Building Inspection's Revolving Fund for 
a Word Processing Equipment Hood. File 83-74. (Department of 
Public Works) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

20. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply to a foundation for a 
planning grant to develop a proposed supported work program. 
File 121-74-1. (Mayor's Office) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

21. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Health to enter into 
a work study agreement with the California School of Professional 
Psychology. File 651-73. (Department of Public Health) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED ONE WEEK. 

22. Communication from the Animal Control Commission, submitting 
their budget for the six month period, January 1 to June 30, 1974. 
File 136-74. (von Beroldingen) 

ACTION- Motion requesting submission of supplemental appropriation 
request prepared in and RECOMMENDED out of Committee. 

23. Request that the question of the duties of the Administrative 
Assistant to the Sheriff be made the subject of a Committee hear- 
ing. File 97-74. (Kopp) 

ACTION- Author requested position title be changed to "Confidential 
Secretary." Hearing postponed one week. 

24. Request rehearing of protest of Mrs. Barbara Berry regarding 
assessment of penalties for non-payment of license fee for a 
pool table. File 640-73. (Kopp) 

12-19-73. Heard in Committee and denied. 
ACTION: FILED. 



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Wednesday, January 23, 1974 Room 228 City Hall, 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Francois, Molinari 

1. Resolution authorizing lease of real property at 1400 Ocean Avenue 
for the Dept. of Public Health's District V Mental Health Center. 
File 64-73=37. (Real Estate Dept.) 

ACTION: TABLED. 

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File 64-74-1. (Real Estate Dept.) 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

3. Resolution authorizing acceptance of certain property on the south- 
east corner of Page and Buchanan Streets for park purposes. 

File 38-74-8. (Real Estate Dept.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

4. Ordinance appropriating $250,696 for day care services, Social 
Services Department. File 101-73-111. (Controller) 

ACTION: TO BOARD. WITH RECOMMENDATION "DO PASS AFTER AMENDMENT." 

(Amendment V7ill separate Haight Ashbury day care services 
for re-reference to Committee.) 

5. Resolution accepting gift of $10,000 from an anonymous donor to 
support a Community Information Service Program. File 38-73-7. 
(Human Rights Commission) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO JAN. 30. 

6. Resolution accepting gift of $1,500 from the Crown Zellerbach 
Foundation for use by the Port of San Francisco to purchase a 
carillon system to replace the Ferry Building siren. File 38-74-9. 
(Port Commission) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

7. Resolution authorizing the Director of Planning to prepare and file, 
an application with the National Endowment for the Arts for a 
grant under the "City Options" program in support of "Victorian" 
restoration and preservation. File 114-74. (City Planning) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

8. Resolution granting 807. of the Homeowners' Property Tax Exemption 
to certain late-filing claimants. File 444-73-2. (Assessor) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 



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18. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Health to enter into 
a work study agreement with the California School of Professional 
Psychology. File 651-73. (Dept. of Public Health) 

(1-16-74: Consideration continued one week.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

19. Ordinance appropriating $9,573 for equipment, San Francisco 
International Airport. File 101-73-88.2. (Controller) 

(1-16-74: Consideration continued one week) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

20. Ordinance appropriating $35,955 for operation, equipment and 
capital improvement, Public Library. File 101-73-99.2. 
(Controller) 

(1-16-74: Consideration continued one week.) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO FEB. 6. 

21. Communication from Michael Moros applying for leave to present a 
late claim against the City and County for personal injury in 
the amount of $10,000. File 50-73-48. 

(City Attorney recommends denial . 

(Unless acted upon by Jan. 24, application will be deemed 
denied by operation of law.) 

ACTION: FILED. (Denied) 

22. Communication from Elijah N. Moore requesting permission to file 
a late claim against the City and "County for loss of personal 
property in the amount of $95.00. File 50-73-49. 

(City Attorney recommends denial. 

(Unless acted upon by Feb. 4, application will be deemed 
denied by operation of law.) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO JAN. 30. 

23. Communication from Corbett, Welden, Kane & Hartman requesting on 
behalf of Luella M. Tait permission for leave to file a late claim 
against the City and County for personal injuries in the amount of 
$1,000. File 50-73-50. 

(City Attorney recommends denial . 

(Unless acted upon by Feb. 7. application will be deemed 
denied by operation of law.) 

ACTION: FILED. (Denied) 

24. Communication from W. Urie Walsh applying, on behalf of Dan A. 
Martin, for leave to file a late claim against the City and County 
for personal injuries. File 50-74-1. 

(City Attorney recommends denial. 

(Unless acted upon by Feb. 17, application will be deemed 
denied by operation of law.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



Finance Committee January 23, 1974 

9. Resolution authorizing attorney for the Tax Collector to institute 
legal proceedings for the recovery of value of services rendered 
at the San Francisco General Hospital and the Laguna Honda 
Hospital. File 89-74. (Tax Collector) 

ACTI ON : RECOMMENDED . 

10. Resolution approving and authorizing execution of Amendment No. 1 
to Grant Agreement with the Airport Development Aid Program 
Project No. 8-06-0221-05, providing federal funds for development 
of San Francisco International Airport. File 27-74-1. (Mayor) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

11. Resolution approving and authorizing execution of Amendment No. 1 
to Grant Agreement for Federal Aid Airport Program Project No. 
9-04-034-C825, providing federal funds for development of San 
Francisco International Airport. File 27-74-2. (Mayor) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

12. Ordinance appropriating $22,600, San Francisco Airport Operating 
Fund, for equipment. File 101-73-91.1. 

(1-14-74: Rereferred to Committee by Board.) 

ACTION- T0 B0ARD WITH RECOMMENDATION "DO PASS AFTER AMENDMENT.' 1 
(Amendment will reduce, by $6,500 vehicle, equipment to 
$19,100.) 

13. Communication from the Dept. of Public Works requesting extension 
of time to February 1, 1974, for awarding of Marina Small Craft 
Harbor Maintenance Dredging Contract 3. File 61-74-1. (Public 
Vorks) 

ACTION: FILED. (Award made by DPWorks previously.) 

14. Ordinance rescinding $2,730 from wages and mandatory fringe 
benefits appropriation to provide a rate of pay for 7428 Hod 
Carrier (Tending Bricklayer) for the fiscal year 1973-74 in 
accordance with the provisions of Sections 1A. and 7.4 of the 
Salary Standardization Ordinance 8.403, effective July 1, 1973, 
Public Works. File 101-73-109. (Controller) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

15. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1973-74 to provide 
a rate of pay for 7428 Hod Carrier (Tending Bricklayer) for the 
fiscal year 1974-74, effective July 1, 1973, Public Works; 
companion measure to File 101-73-109. File 102-73-41. (Civil 
Service Commission #40) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

16. Ordinance appropriating $182,093 for contractual services and 
equipment, Assessor, Police Dept., Dept. of Public Health (Sickle 
Cell Anemia Research), and Dept. of Education (Mission Rebels 
Breakfast Program); rescinding $167,903 from various appropria- 
tions, various departments. File 101-73-110. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

17. Request that the question of the duties of the Confidential 
Secretary to the Sheriff be made the subject of a Committee 
hearing. File 97-74. (Kopp) 

ACTION: FILED. 



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25. Communication recommending denial of application of Renee Thompson 
for leave to present a late claim against the City and County for 
personal injury in the amount of $25,000. File 50-74-2. City Atty.) 

(Unless acted upon by Feb. 1, application will be deemed 
denied by operation of law.) 

ACTION: FILED. 

26. Communication recommending approval of application of Michael 
Burns for leave to present a late claim against the City and 
County for personal injuries in the amount of $100,000. 

File 50-74-3. (City Attorney) 

(Unless acted upon by Feb. 9, application will be deemed 
denied by operation of law.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

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27. Ordinance appropriating $15,051 for permanent salaries and 
mandatory fringe benefits, and rescinding $15,051 from permanent 
salaries and mandatory fringe benefits appropriation for the re- 
classification of 1 position, Fire Department. File 101-73-108. 
(Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

28. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1973-74 to reflect 
the reclassification of one vacant position in the Fire Dept., 
from Class H-30 Captain to Class H-50 Assistant Chief of 
Department, a companion measure to File 101-73-108. File 
102-73-67. (Civil Service Commission No. 68) 

(1-18-74: Heard in Legislative and Personnel Committee 
and referred to Finance Committee.) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 






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Wednesday, January 30, 1974 Room 223 City Hall, 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Francois, Kolinari 

1. Ordinance appropriating $4,260,735 for county share, State Supple- 
mentary Aid Program; rescinding $4,260,735 from Aid to Disabled and 
Aid to Families with Dependent Children appropriations, Social 
Services Department; an emergency ordinance. File 101-73-114. 
(Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

2. Resolution authorizing filing of an application by the Public 
Utilities Commission with the Department of Transportation for and 
accepting a grant under the Urban Mass Transportation Act of 1964, 
as amended, for the acquisition of real and personal property for 
the San Francisco Municipal Railway. File 127-74-1. (Public 
Utilities Commission) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 



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3. Ordinance appropriating $137,486, Police Dept., for salaries; 
$42,000, Municipal Railway, for miscellaneous insurance costs; 
$3,925, Port Commission, for equipment; rescinding $183,411 from 
various appropriations, various departments. File 101-73-113 ; 
(Controller) (Supo Molinari absent.) 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITH RECOMMENDATION "DO PASS AFTER AMENDMENT." 
(Amends Port Commission appropriation for auto.) 

4. Ordinance appropriating $1,585, Public Defender, for contractual 
services; $500, Board of Supervisors, for contractual services; 
$500, Treasurer, for Cash Difference Fund; $6,000, Real Estate 
Dept., for renovation work at Civic Center Auto Parks; $22,372, 
Public Works, for seismic studies of police facilities; rescinding 
$22,372 from emergency improvements, various Police Dept. locations 
appropriations. File 101-73-115. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

5. Ordinance appropriating $10,940 and rescinding $13,402 from 
permanent salaries and mandatory fringe benefits for the reclassi- 
fication of two positions, Venereal Disease Control, Dept. of 
Public Health. File 101-73-106. (Controller) 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITH RECOMMENDATION "DO PASS AFTER AMENDMENT." 
(Deletes Supervising Public Health Nurse & Public 
Health Nurse.) 

6. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1973-74, reflecting 
reallocation of two positions, Dept. of Public Health, Venereal 
Disease Control Clinic; companion measure to File 101-73-106. 
File 102-73-53. (Civil Service Commission No. 54) 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITH RECOMMENDATION "DO PASS AFTER AMENDMENT." 
(Deletes Supervising Public Health Nurse & 
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7. Ordinance appropriating $23,653 for permanent salaries and 
mandatory fringe benefits and rescinding $24,032 from permanent 
salaries for reclassification of four positions, Registrar of 
Voters. File 101-73-107. (Controller) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

8. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1973-74, reflecting 
establishment of two new classifications with salary schedules 
therefor, and reclassification of four positions, Registrar of 
Voters; companion measure to File 101-73-107. File 102-73-59. 
(Civil Service Commission No. 56) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

9. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1973-74, to reflect 
re-establishment of the separate class of County Clerk. 

File 102-73-68. (Civil Service Commission No. 67) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

10. Resolution authorizing application and acceptance of federal funds 
through the State Library System for the extension of. Che Public 
Library reference demonstration project for 1974-75. File 119-74. 

" (Public Library) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

11. Resolution authorizing application and acceptance of federal funds 
through the State Library System for the extension and improvement 
of Public Library Services for 1974-75. File 119-74-1. 

(Public Library) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

12. Resolution accepting gifts from various donors. File 38-74-10. 
(Recreation and Park Dept.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

13. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various 
claimants against the City and County in the total sum of $99,550. 
File 45-74-1. (City Attorney) 

ACTION* Separate Wm. Soule Jr. settlement into F. 45-74-1.1: 
To Board Without Recommendation. 
Remainder RECOMMENDED. 

14. Resolution authorizing settlement of unlitigated claims against 
the City and County in the total sum of $1,292.66. File 48-74-1. 
(City Attorney) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

15. Resolution authorizing compromise and settlement of claims of the 
City and County against various individuals in the total sum of 
$2,649.68. File 49-74-1. (City Attorney) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 



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16. Ordinance authorizing sale of City-owned Lot 2 in Assessor's 
Block 232, San Francisco, and lease by City of said lot, under 
the jurisdiction of the Fire Department. File 132-74. (Francois) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

17. Resolution accepting gift of $10,000 from an anonymous donor to 
support a Community Information Service Program. File 38-74-7. 
(Human Rights Commission) 

(1-23-74: Consideration continued one week.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

18. Communication from Elijah N. Moore reqxiesting permission to file 
a late claim against the City and County for loss of personal 
property in the amount of $95.00. File 50-73-49. 

(City Attorney recommends denial. Unless acted upon by Feb. 4, 

application will be deemed denied by operation of law. 
(1-23-74: Consideration continued one week.) 

ArTTnN> Resolution granting Application prepared in and 
AUiiUN. RECOMMENDED out of Committee. 



19. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Health to enter 
into agreement with the Mission Rebels in Action, Inc., for a 
free breakfast program for children in elementary schools of 
the Greater Mission District. File 139-74. (Public Health Depc.) 



ACTION: 



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Wednesday ^February 6, 1974 Room 228 City Hall, 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 

SPECIAL ORDER — 2:00 P.M. 

1. Request that department heads convene to discuss the annual budget 
in the light of possible revenue deficits in the coming fiscal 
year. File 138-74. (Nelder) 

ACTION: Referred to Budget and Governmental Efficiency Committee. 



REGULAR CALENDAR — 3:00 P.M. 



2. Resolution transferring jurisdiction from the Dept. of Public Works 
to the Fire Dept. of a portion of Lot 9 in Assessor's Block 206. 
File 140-74. (Real Estate Dept.) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

3. Resolution approving and consenting to execution of sublease of 
Airport lands and space to Hughes Air Corp. dba Hughes Airwest. 
File 27-74-3. (Airports Commission) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

4. Ordinance appropriating $35,955 for operation, equipment and 
capital improvement, Public Library. File 101-73-99.2. 

(1- 7-74: Re-referred from Board. 

(1-23-74: Consideration continued to this meeting.) 

ACTION: TABLED. 

5. Ordinance appropriating $77,240 for permanent salaries, operations 
and equipment; creating 7 positions, Employee Relations Division 
and Municipal Employee Relations Panel, Chief Administrative 
Officer. File 101-73-119. (Controller) 

. To Board with recommendation "DO PASS AFTER AMENDMENT." 
alhon: (Amendment will delete rentals, temporary salaries, and 
Attorney fro m Service of Other Depts.) 

6. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1973-74, reflecting 
the establishment of 2 new Salary Ordinance sections, 1 new classi- 
fication with salary schedule therefor, and classification of 7 
positions, Employee Relations Division, Chief Administrative 
Officer; a companion measure to File 101-73-119. File 102-73-73. 
(Civil Service Commission No. 73.) 

ACTION : RECOMMEEDED . 



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7. Ordinance appropriating $8,500 for equipment — conversion of bus, 
Municipal Railway; $7,905 for real estate taxes, S.F. Water 
Operating; $28,509 for real estate taxes, Hetch Hetchy Project 
Fund; and rescinding $8,500 from wages and materials and supplies 
appropriations, Municipal Railway Operating Fund. File 101-73-116, 
(Controller) 

ACT1 ON : RECOMMENDED . 

8. Ordinance appropriating $1,168.22 for retroactive salaries for 
premium payment for Stationary Engineers during vacation period, 
as recommended by Civil Service Commission for the period from 
August 25, 1969; Water Pollution Control, Public Works. File 
101-73-117. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

9. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various plain- 
tiffs against the City and County in the total sum of $107,943.38. 
File 45-74-2. (City Attorney) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

10. Resolution authorizing settlement of claim of Robert A. Schroer 
against the City and County by payment of $666.76. File 48-74-2. 
(City Attorney) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

11. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by repealing Section 
32.54 thereof, providing for a non-City-employed cost estimator 
for residential rehabilitation inspections. File 147-74. 
(Public Works) 

ACTION: TABLED. 

12. Ordinance appropriating $38,510, for day care services, Haight 
Ashbury Children's Center. File 101-73-111.1. (Social Services) 

(1-28-74: Separated in Board and re-referred to Committee.) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

13. Communication requesting extension of time to May 13, 1974, for 
awarding Fire Dept. contract on construction of new fire house for 
Engine Co. No. 1 at Sansome, Washington and Merchant Streets. 
File 61-74-2. (Public Works Dept.) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 



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Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday ^.February 13, 1974 Room 228 City Hall, 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 

1. Resolution authorizing extension of existing leases of real property 
for the FACE Program. File 64-74-2. (Real Estate Dept.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

2. Ordinance appropriating $237,003.85 for permanent salaries and 
mandatory fringe benefits for creation of 60 positions for pre- 
flight screening of airline passengers, and rescinding $237,003.85 
from Airport Security Costs appropriation, San Francisco Inter- 
national Airport. File 101-73-121. (Controller) 

(Companion measure, File 102-73-40, approved 1-17-74.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

3. Ordinance appropriating $135,000, Social Services, for Recreation 
Center for the Handicapped; $42,500, Social Services, for Day Care 
Services to Handicapped Children; $750, Public Works, for land — 
Charter Oak Ave.; $14,876, Road Fund, for equipment (survey); 
rescinding $44,375 from Special Services, Handicapped Program 
appropriation, Recreation and Park Dept., and $14,876 from 
Engineering -Administrative appropriation, Road Fund. File 101-73- 
122. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

4. Ordinance appropriating $2,865 for contractual services, County 
Clerk; $24,210 from Revenue Sharing Program Fund for Aid to 
Retarded Children, Public Health Dept.; rescinding $2,865 from 
temporary salaries and equipment appropriations , County Clerk; 
an emergency measure. File 101-73-123. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

5. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 1652 
Senior Accountant, Finance and Records. File 31-74-1. (Public 
Administrator) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

6. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 1138 
-County Clerk, Finance and Records. File 31-74-2. (Finance and 

Records) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

7. Ordinance amending Part III, San Francisco Municipal Code, by amend- 
ing Sections 215, 218 and 221 thereof, relating to dog and cat 
license fees and dog kennel license fees; establishing an effective 
date of Jan. 1, 1974. File 154-74. (Tax Collector) 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION. 



8. Ordinance approving agreement between the Recreation and Park 
Commission and Haight-Ashbury Cooperative Nursery School for 
operation of a nursery school at the Grattan Playground. 
File 164-74. (Recreation and Park Dept.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

9. Resolution authorizing the Executive Director of the Criminal 
Justice Council to apply for and accept funds from the Office 

of Criminal Justice Planning for project entitled "Training Grant, 
Criminal Justice System." File 121-74-4. (Mayor) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO FEB. 20. 

10. Resolutions authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept funds 
from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for the following 
projects: (Mayor) 

"Morrisania West: Postal Street Academy." File 121-74-3 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO FEB. 20. 

"Pre -Arraignment Diversion Project." File 121-74-5 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO FEB. 20. 

"Assistant to the Master Calendar Superior Court Judge 

(Criminal Division)." File 121-74-6 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO FEB. 20. 

"Streetwork; A Community Based Diversion Project for 
Delinquent Girls." File 121-74-7 

ACTION: COITTINUED TO FEB 20 

"San Francisco Police Minority Recruitment Program." F. 121-74-8 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO FEB. 20. 

"San Francisco Justice Information System." File 121-74-9 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO FEB. 20. 

11. Resolution authorizing the Chief of the Fire Department to apply 
for and accept funds from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning 
for project entitled "Project Arson Detection and Identification." 
File 155-74. (Mayor) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO FEB. 20. 

12. Resolution authorizing the Presiding Judge of the Municipal Court 
to apply for and accept funds from the Office of Criminal Justice 
Planning for project entitled "Executive Assistant to the 
Presiding Judge." File 156-74. (Mayor) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO FEB. 20. 

13. Resolutions authorizing the Chief Adult Probation Officer to apply 
for and accept funds from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning 
for the following projects: (Mayor) 

"Friends Outside." File 158-74-1 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO FEB. 20. 

"Volunteers for Adult Probation." File 158-74-2 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO FEB. 50. 



Mayor 

14. Resolutions authorizing the £fe&*£»o£»£oJt&ee to apply for and 
accept funds from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for the 
following projects: (Mayor) 

"Project Firearm Identification." File 157-74-1 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO FEB. 20. 

"Positive Direction Program for Juveniles." File 157-74-2 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO FEB. 20. 

"Police Expanded Internal Controls." File 157-74-3 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO FEB. 20. 

"Universal Emergency Telephone System— 911." File 157-74-4 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO FEB. 20. 

15. Resolutions authorizing the Chief Juvenile Probation Officer to 
apply for and accept funds from the Office of Criminal Justice 
Planning for the following projects: (Mayor) 

"Juvenile Court Basic Skills." File 159-74-1 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO FEB. 20. 

"San Francisco Juvenile Court Information System." File 159-74-2 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO FEB. 20. 

16. Resolutions authorizing the Director of Public Health to apply for 
and accept funds from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for 
the following projects! (Mayor) 

"The Public Inebriate Program." File 160-74-1 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO FEB. 20. 

"Reality House West." File 160-74-2 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO FEB. 20. 

17. Resolutions authorizing the Sheriff to apply for and accept funds 
from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for the following 
projects: (Mayor) 

"Whitman Radclyffe Halfway House." File 161-74-1 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO FEB. 20. 

"Sheriff's Management Improvement Project." File 161-74-2 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO FEB. 20. 

"Bay Area Re-Entry /Two Re-Entry Counselors." File 161-74-3 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO FEB. 20. 

"Sheriff's Correctional Training Program." File 161-74-4 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO FEB. 20. 

"Improvement of County Parole Program." File 161-74-5 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO FEB. 20. 

"The Volunteer Coordination Center." File 161-74-6 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO FEB. 20. 



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18. Resolution authorizing acquisition of property from San Francisco 
Industrial Park, Inc., for $9,950, for the Municipal Railway 
Coachyard and Combined Central Shops. File 393-73-2. 

(von Beroldingen) 

ACTI ON : RECOMMENDED . 

19. Communication from Acme Sheet Metal & Furnace Works, Inc., request- 
ing cancellation of tax penalties for property at 398 Kansas St. 
File 87-73-5. 

(Tax Collector recommends denial of request.) 

ACTION: REQUEST DENIED. FILED. 

20. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of George De Luca 
against the City and County by payment of $1,750. File 45-74-3. 
(City Attorney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

21. Resolution authorizing compromise of claims of the City and County 
against various defendants in the total sum of $4,666.66, 

File 49-74-2. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

22. Communication from L. R. Wiener, attorney, applying on behalf of 
Mariano Raymundo for leave to present a late claim against the 
City and County for property damage in the amount of $2,875. 
File 50-74-4. 

(City Attorney recommends denial. Unless acted on before 
March 3. 1974, application will be deemed denied by operation 
of law.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO FEB. 20. 

OFF-CALENDAR ; 

23. Motion requesting submission of supplemental appropriation 
request in the amount of $6,025 for the CATV (Cable Television) 
Task Force. File 100-73-2. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. To Board Feb. 25, 1974. 



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FINANCE COMMITTEE 



Board of Supervisors 



City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday ^February 20, 1974 Room 228 City Hall, 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 
(Sup. Molinari present on Items 5, 6 & 21.) 

1. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of Law 
Clerk, City Attorney. File 31-74-3. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

2. File 31-74-4. Resolution approving Immediate filling of vacated 
position of Principal Clerk-Stenographer, War Memorial. 

File 31-74-4. (War Memorial) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

3. Resolution authorizing execution of new lease and extension of 
existing leases of property for FACE Program. File 64-74-3. 
(Real Estate Dept.) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

4. Resolution providing for the issuance of $1,000,000, Street Lighting 
Bonds, 1364, Series F. File 173-74-1. (City Attorney/ 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

5. Resolution providing for the issuance of $31,900,000, Airport Bonds, 
1967, Series E. File 173-74-2. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to March 6 meeting. 

6. Resolution providing for the issuance of $2,000,000, Sewer System 
Improvement Bonds, 1972, Series A. File 173-74-3. (City Attorney) 

ACT ION : RE COMMENDED . 

7. Resolution providing for the issuance of $5,000,000, Municipal Water 
Supply System Improvement Bonds, 1972, Series A. File 173-74-4. 
(City Attorney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED o 

8. Resolution providing for the issuance of $17,000,000, Public School 
Building Improvement Bonds, 1973, Series A. File 173-74-5. 

(City Attorney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

9. Resolution directing sale of bonds and publication of official 
notice of sale. File 173-74-6. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: To Board with recommendation "DO PASS AFTER AMENDMENT." 
Amendment will be to delete reference to sale of 
Airport Bonds. 



10. Resolution authorizing the Chief Administrative Officer and the 
Director of Public Works to execute agreements with the State of 
California relative to construction of bicycle lanes at various 
locations within the City and County. File 481-73. (Public Works) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

11. Ordinance amending the Building Code by amending Sections 303 .A. 4 
and 319.2 relating to surcharge of fees and establishment of 
Building Record Fund. File 53-74-1. (Public Works) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

12. Ordinance amending the Plumbing Code by amending Section C7.2 
relating to surcharge on plumbing permit fees and establishment of 
a Building Record Fund. File 53-74-2. (Public Works) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED , 

13. Ordinance amending the Electrical Code by amending Section 28.2 
relating to surcharge on electrical permit fees and establishment 
of Building Record Fund. File 53-74-3. (Public Works) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

14. Ordinance amending Part III, Municipal Code, by amending Sections 
86.1 and 160.1 relating to surcharge on apartment house and hotel 
license fees, for the Building Record Fund. File 53-74-4. 
(Public Works) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

15. Ordinance amending the Building Code by amending Section 319.1 
relating to reproduction of records for the public. File 177-74. 
(Public Works) 

ACTION: To Board with recommendation "DO PASS AFTER AMENDMENT." 
Amendment will provide exception for City Department 
payment of fee. 

16. Ordinance appropriating $1,350,000, Fire Department, for construc- 
tion of firehouse for Fire Engine Company No. 1. File 101-73-124. 
(Controller) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

17. Ordinance Appropriating $10,257 and rescinding $10,257, for 
reclassification of one position, Health Service System. 
File 101-73-118. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

18. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1973-74, reflecting 
the establishment of one new classification with salary schedule 
therefor, and reclassification of one position to new class, Health 
Service Systemj a companion measure to File 101-73-118. 

File 102-73-52. (Civil Service Commission No. 52) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 



19. Request that Committee consider sources of funding for restoration 
of the Francis Scott Key Monument in Golden Gate Park. File 126-74 
(Kopp) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to February 27 meeting. 

20. Communication from L. R. Wiener, attorney, applyiig on behalf of 
Mariano Raymundo for leave to present a late claim against the 
City and County for property damage in the amount of $2,875. 
File 50-74-4. 

(City Attorney recommends denial. Unless acted on before 
March 3, 1974, application will be deemed denied by operation 
of law.; 

(2-13-74: Consideration continued to Feb. 20.) 

ACTION: Denied. Letter to be sent to applicant. FILE. 

21. Ordinance appropriating $22,372, Public Works, for seismic studies 
of Police facilities; rescinding $22,372, Public Works, emergency 
improvements, various Police Department sections. File 101-73- 
115.1. 

(2-11-74: Rereferred from Board.) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to February 27 meeting. 

22. Resolutions authorizing certain City officials to apply for and 
accept funds from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for 
certain projects, as follows: (Mayor) 

(a) Executive Director of the Criminal Justice Council; 

"Training Grant, Criminal Justice System." File 121-74-4 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

Mayor: 

7b) "Morrisania West: Postal Street Academy." File 121-74-3. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

(c) "Pre-Arraignment Diversion Project." File 121-74-5. 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

(d) "Streetwork: A Community Based Diversion Project 

for Delinquent Girls." File 121-74-7. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

(e) "San Francisco Police Minority Recruitment 

Program." File 121-74-8. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

(f) "San Francisco Justice Information System." File 121-74-9. 
ACTION: REC0!2ENDED. 

(g) "Project Firearm Identification." File 157-74-1. 
ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

(h) "Positive Direction Program for Juveniles." File 157-74-2. 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



(i) "Police Expanded Internal Controls." File 157-74-3. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

(j) "Universal Emergency Telephone System--911." File 157-74-4. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

Chief of the Fire Department : 

(k) "Project Arson Detection and Identification." File 155-74. 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

Presiding Judge of the Superior Court : 

(1) "Assistant to the Master Calendar Superior 

Court Judge (Criminal Division)." File 121-74-6. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

Presiding Judge of the Municipal Court : 

(m) "Executive Assistant to the Presiding Judge." File 156-74. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

Chief Adult Probation Officer : 

75) "Friends Outside." File 158-74-1. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

(o) "Volunteers for Adult Probation." File 158-74-2. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

Chief Juvenile Probation Officer : 

T?5 "Juvenile Court Basic Skills." File 159-74-1. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

(q) "San Francisco Juvenile Court Information System." 159-74-2. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

Director of Public Health : 

7rl "The Public Inebriate Program." File 160-74-1. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

(s) "Reality House West." File 160-74-2. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

Sheriff : 

7t5 "Whitman Radclyffe Halfway House." File 161-74-1. 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

(u) "Sheriff's Management Improvement Project." File 161-74-2. 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

(v) "Bay Area Re-Entry/Two Re-Entry Counselors." File 161-74-3. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

(w) "Sheriff's Correctional Training Program." File 161-74-4. 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 



Finance Committee February 20, 1974 

(x) "Improvement of County Parole Program." File 161-74-5. 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

(y) "The Volunteer Coordination Center." File 161-74-6. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

23. Communication from Harold L. Zellerbach, transmitting gift of 
$250 as a contribution on behalf of the Art Commission for dues 
and membership in the Associated Council of the Arts. 

File 38-74-11. 

ACTION: Resolution accepting gift prepared in and 
RECOMMENDED out of Committee. 

24. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various 
plaintiffs against the City and County. File 45-74-4i 
(City Attorney) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

25. Resolution authorizing compromise of claims of the City and 
County against various defendants. File 49-74-3. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

OFF CALENDAR : 

26. Communication from National Endowment for the Arts to Art 
Commission awarding $60,000 grant of funds for the Neighborhood 
Arts Program. File 38-74-12. (von Beroldingen) 

ACTION: Resolution accepting grant prepared in and 
RECOMMENDED out of Committee. 



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^} Board of-Supervisors 

City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday t Jebruary 27, 1974 Room 228, City Hall, 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 

1. Communication requesting release of funds appropriated for 
Halght Street Improvement Program. File 194-74. (Public Works) 

($250,000 appropriated in 1973-74 Budget withheld for review 
of Plan by Finance Committee.) 

a™™» Released: $78,000 for Street Beautification; $82,000, for 
ACTION: Culture Center. * * 

$90,000 Home Lean Plan to be referred to appropriate Committee 
for establishment of Homeownership Loan Assistance program. 

2. Ordinance authorizing lease of property at Marshall Square for a 
public automobile parking facility. File 63-74-1. (Parking 
Authority) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO MARCH 6. 

3. Resolution approving legal documents and authorizing the Director 
of Property to accept bids for lease of Marshall Square Parking 
Plaza. File 63-74-2. (Parking Authority) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO MARCH 6. 

4. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept funds 
from the California Office of Criminal Justice Planning for a 
project entitled "Police Youth Services Section." File 121-74-10. 
(Police Commission) 

ACTION: Withdrawn by Police Commission. 
TABLED pending reactivation. 

5. Ordinance rescinding $66,188 from wages appropriation by adjusting 
wage schedules to provide rates of pay for Painter and Sheet Metal 
Worker and related classes, effection July 1, 1973, various 
departments. File 101-73-125. (Controller) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

6. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1973-74, by adjust- 
ing wage schedules, effective July 1, 1973, to provide rates of pay 
for 7346 Painter and 7376 Sheet Metal Worker and related classes 
subject to Section 8.403 of the Charter, and Sections 1(A) and 7.4 
of the Salary Standardization Ordinance; a companion measure to 
File 101-73-125. File 102-73-56. (Civil Service Commission #60) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

7. Ordinance appropriating $600, Recorder, for equipment and rescinding 
$600 from contractual services; appropriating $35,000, Public Works 
(Special Gas Tax Street Improvement Fund), for traffic signals and 
$82,400 for reconstruction of Vallejo Street, Montgomery to Kearny 
Streets; rescinding $82,400 from reconstruction of Vallejo Street, 
Montgomery to Sansome Streets. File 101-73-126. (Controller) 

ACT ION : RECOH liSiiDED . 



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8. Ordinance appropriating $4,114, City Planning, Fire Dept. and 
Police Dept., for contractual services and equipment; rescinding 
$855 from contractual services appropriation, City Planning; 
$1,759 from equipment appropriation, Fire Dept., and $1,500 from 
equipment appropriation, Police Dept. File 101-73-127. (Controller^ 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

9. Resolution authorizing correction of certain erroneous assessments 
in the 1972-73 and 1973-74 Assessment Rolls. File 192-74. 
(Assessor) (Schedule P.P. 7315) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

10. Resolution authorizing correction of certain erroneous assessments 
in the 1969-70 and 1973-74 Assessment Rolls. File 192-74. 
(Assessor) (Schedule R.E. 7316) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

11. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of Yetta Saul 
against the City and County by payment of $1,000. File 45-74-5. 
(City Attorney) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

12. Ordinance appropriating $22,372, Public Works, for seismic studies 
of Police facilities; rescinding $22,372, Public Works, emergency 
improvements, various Police Dept. sections. File 101-73-115.1. 

(2-20-74: Consideration continued to this meeting.) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO MARCH 6. 

13. Request that Committee consider sources of funding for restora- 
tion of the Francis Scott Key Monument in Golden Gate Park. 
File 126-74. (Kopp) 

(2-20-74: Consideration continued to this meeting.) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO SPECIAL ORDER, 3:00, MARCH 6. 



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Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, March 6, 1974 Room 228 City Hall, 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 

1. Resolution authorizing lease of real property at 730 Polk Street 
for San Francisco Police Minority Recruitment Program. File 64-74-4, 
(Real Estate Dept.) 

ACTI ON : RECOMMENDED 

2. Resolution authorizing the Mayor of the City and County of San 
Francisco to apply for and accept funds from the Office of Criminal 
Justice Planning for a proiect entitled "Robbery Abatement 
Mobilization (RAM)." File" 121-74-12. (Mayor) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED 

3. Resolution authorizing the Executive Of fica: of the Superior Court 
of the City and County of San Francisco to request and accept from 
the Office of Criminal Justice Planning an extension of Grant 
#1340-R, "Calendar Management Technical Assistance Team." 
File 255-73-6, (Superior Court) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

4. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by adding Section 
10.117-11 thereto, establishing a San Francisco Police Officers 
Athletic Fund. File 482-73. (Second Draft) (Police Dept.) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO MARCH 20. 

5. Ordinance appropriating $60,000 for construction of restrooms at 
M. Justin Herman Park; rescinding $60,000 from Ferry Park - land 
appropriation, Recreation and Park Dept. File 101-73-128. 
(Controller) 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITH RECOMMENDATION "DO NOT PASS." 

6. Ordinance appropriating $13,378, Recreation and Park Dept., for 
permanent salaries and rescinding $13,378; reclassifying 3 positions 
and abolishing 1 position. File 101-73-130. (Controller) 

(Creates position of Golf Course Director; retitles related classes. 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

7. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1973-74 reflecting 
the establishment of 3 new classifications with salary schedules 
therefor, reallocation of 3 positions, and abolishment of 1 posi- 
tion, Recreation and Park Dept.; a companion measure to File 101- 
73-130. File 102-73-74. (Civil Service Commission No. 75.) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED 



Finance Committee March 6, 1974 

8. Ordinance appropriating $199,821 for permanent salaries and 
mandatory fringe benefits, and rescinding $193,315 from permanent 
salaries appropriation for the reclassification of 46 positions, 
Sheriff and Public Health Depts. File 101-73-112. 

(Abolishes X-Ray Technician; creates Radiologic Technologist.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

9. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1973-74, to 
reflect the establishment of 2 new classifications with salary 
schedules therefor and reallocation of positions, Sheriff and 
Public Health Depts.; a companion measure to File 101-73-112. 
File 102-73-60. (Civil Service Commission No. 59.) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED 

10. Ordinance appropriating $2,581 for permanent salaries and mandatory 
fringe benefits, and rescinding $2,305 from permanent salaries for 
the reclassification of 1 position, Juvenile Court. File 101-73- 
120. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

11. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1973-74 to reflect 
the reclassification of 1 position, Juvenile Court; a companion 
measure to File 101-73-120. File 102-73-69. (Civil Service 
Commission No. 69.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

12. Ordinance rescinding $1,834 from wages and mandatory fringe 
benefits appropriation to set forth rate of pay for 7307 Bricklayer 
effective July 1, 1973, Public Works. File 101-73-129. 
(Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

13. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1973-74 to provide 
rate of pay for 7307 Bricklayer, effective July 1, 1973, in 
accordance with the provisions of Sections 1A and 7.4 of the 
Salary Standardization Ordinance; a companion measure to File 
101-73-129. File 102-73-72. (Civil Service Commission No. 72.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

14. Ordinance appropriating $3,129 for permanent salaries, operation 
and equipment, creating 1 position, Animal Control and Welfare 
Commission, Board of Supervisors. File 101-73-132. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

15. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1973-74 establish- 
ing a new Salary Ordinance section and classification of 1 part- 
time position, Animal Control and Welfare Commission, Board of 
Supervisors; a companion measure to File 101-73-132. File 
102-73-82. (Civil Service Commission No. 83.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 



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16. Resolution accepting gift of $7,500 froro United Commercial 
Travelers of America, Golden Gate Council No. 80, Inc., for use 
by the Dept. of Social Services for rehabilitation services for 
mentally retarded adults. File 38-74-13. (Social Services) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED 

17. Resolution accepting gift of $2,500 from the San Francisco 
Foundation for use by the Dept. of Social Services for rehabilita- 
tion services for mentally retarded adults. File 38-74-14. 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED 

18. Communication from the Legal Aid Society of San Mateo County, 
applying on behalf of Rozwell Maxey for leave to present a late 
claim against the City and County for loss of automobile in the 
amount of $500. File 50-74-5. 

(City Attorney recommends approval.) 

ACTION: Resolution granting application prepared in and 
RECOMMENDED out of Committee. 

19. Communication from Donald M. Carpenter applying for leave to 
present a late claim against the City and County for property 
damage in the amount of $167.81. File 50-74-7. 

(City Attorney recommends denial.) 

ACTION: DENIED. FILE. 

20. CommunicatioYi from Hiawatha Louis Harvell applying for leave to 
present a laLc victim against the City and County for property 
damage in the amount of $600. File 50-74-9. 

(City Attorney recommends denial.) 

ACTION: DENIED. FILE. 

21. Resolution authorizing compromise and settlement of claims of 
the City and County against various claimants. File 49-74-4. 
(City Attorney) _ 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

22. Ordinance authorizing lease of property at Marshall Square for 
a public automobile parking facility. File 63-74-1. (Parking 
Authority) 

(2-27-74: Consideration continued to March 6.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

23. Resolution approving legal documents and authorizing the Director 
of Property to accept bids for lease of Marshall Square Parking 
Plaza. File 63-74-2. (Parking Authority) 

(2-27-74: Consideration continued to March 6.) 

ACTION : EECOMMENDED 



Finance Committee March 6, 1974 



24. Ordinance appropriating $502 for temporary salaries, Coroner's 
Office; an emergency measure. File 101-73-131. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED 

25. Ordinance appropriating $22,372, Public Works, for seismic studies 
of Police facilities; rescinding $22,372, Public Works, emergency 
improvements, various Police Dept. sections. File 101-73-115.1. 
(Controller) 

(2-27-74: Consideration continued to March 6.) 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITH RECOMMENDATION "DO PASS AFTER AMENDMENT." 
Amendment will be: Reduce appropriation to $3,600; 
change "Police facilities" to "Hall of Justice and 
Central Radio Station, Twin Peaks." 



SPECIAL ORDER - 3:00 P.M. 

26. Request that Committee consider sources of funding for restoration 
of the Francis Scott Key Monument in Golden Gate Park. 
File 126-74. (Kopp) 

(2-27-74: Consideration continued as a Special Order, 
3:00 p.m., March 6, 1974.) 

ACTION: Resolutions prepared and recommended. To Board March 18. 
See below. 



Regular Calendar 

27. Motion directing Clerk of the Board to submit a request for 

supplemental appropriation in the amount of $237.16 for shelving 
in Room 236 City Hall. File 69-74. 

ACTION: Postponed indefinitely. 



26. (Continued) 

(1) Resolution memorializing the American Revolution Bicentennial 
Administration to grant funds to assist in restoration and 
relocation of Francis Scott Key Monument. 

(2) Resolution memorializing the San Francisco Twin Bicentennial, 
Inc., to assist in funding for restoration of the Francis 
Scott Key Monument. 



CALENDAR 

Meeting of 
JOINT FINANCE AND COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors v 

City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, March 6, 1974 Room 228 City Hall, 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, BarSegeiata, Molinari, Nelder 



1. Resolution requesting continuation of the Gas Tax Summer Youth 
Job Program for underprivileged youth, under the auspices of the 
Department of Public Works. File 202-74. (Feinstein) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 



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DOCUucli I b Meeting of 

.«. FINANCE COMMIT TEE 

NCiaco Board of Supervisors 
ggg^Jc ya<unY City and Countfof San Francisco 

Wednesday, March 13, 1974 Room 228 City Hall, 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 

1. Resolution authorizing extension of certain existing leases of real 
property. File 64-74-5. (Real Estate Dept.) 

(250 Fourth St., for Public Health Dept. 

1360 Mission St., for Social Services Dept. 

550 Kearny St., for Public Library 

855 Harrison St., for Hetch Hetchy.) 

ACTION: 

2. Resolution authorizing extension of existing leases of real property 
for use by the FACE Program. File 64-74-6. (Real Estate Dept.) 

(3020 Mission St., 470 Castro St., 480 McAllister St.) 

ACTION: 

3. Resolution accepting gifts of $300 from the Lakeside Presbyterian 
Church for lighting of the Mount Davidson Cross; and equipment 
valued at $4,700 from the Arts and Crafts Advisory Committee for 
use by the Recreation and Park Dept. File 38-74-15. (Recreation 
and Park Dept.) 

ACTION: 

4. Ordinance approving agreement between Recreation and Park Commission 
and Barrett-Davis Enterprises for tennis professional privileges at 
the Golden Gate Park Tennis Courts. File 220-74. (Recreation and 
Park Commission) 

ACTION: 

5. Ordinance approving lease agreement between Recreation and Park 
Commission and San Francisco Stadium, Inc., for office and storage 
space in Candlestick Park Stadium. File 221-74. (Recreation and 
Park Commission) 

ACTION : 

6. Resolution urging City support of the restoration of Windmills in 
Golden Gate Park. File 214-74. (Nelder) 

ACTION: 

7. Resolution authorizing the Airports Commission to execute and file 
a Project Application with the Federal Aviation Administration and 
to accept a grant for improvements at San Francisco International 
Airport. File 27-74-4. (Mayor) 

ACTION: 



Finance Committee March 13, 1974 

8. Resolution approving Temporary Loan Requisition No. 21 and 
Certificate of Cash Needs under Loan and Grant Contract No. Calif. 
R-7 (LG) for Project No. Calif. R-7, Ewbarcadero /Lower Market. 
File 73-74-1. (Redevelopment Agency) 

ACTION: 

9. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept funds 
from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for additional funding 
of the project entitled, "Youth at the Crossroads." File 121-74-13. 
(Mayor) 

ACTION: 

10. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Health to apply for 
and accept funds from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for 
a project entitled, "Methadone to Abstinence." File 160-74-3. 
(Mayor) 

ACTION: 

11. Resolution approving immediate filling of two vacated positions of 
Courtroom Clerk, Finance and Records. File 31-74-5. (Finance and 
Records) 

ACTION: 

12. Resolution authorizing the General Manager, Personnel, to enter 
into a contractual agreement with the Arthur Young & Company to 
conduct an executive compensation study for the City and County. 
File 217-74. (Civil Service Commission) 

ACTION: 

13. Ordinance appropriating $16,725.87, various departments, for 
retroactive wages for adjustments of wage schedules to provide 
rates of pay for General Laborer and related classes subject to 
Section 8.403 of the Charter, effective June 1, 1973. 

File 201-72-129. (Controller) 

ACTION: 

14. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1972-73 by adjusting 
the wage schedules, effective June 1, 1973, to provide rates of 
pay for General Laborer and related classes subject to Section 
8.403 of the Charter; amendment reflects recent action of the 
Construction Industry Stabilization Committee and is in accord 
with provisions of Sec. 1(A) and 7.4 of the Salary Standardization 
Ordinance 8.403; a companion measure to File 201-72-129. 

File 200-72-62. (Civil Service No. 65) 

ACTION: 

15. Communication from Oscar A. Brammer requesting refund of penalty 
paid on real property taxes. File 87-74-1. 

(Tax Collector recommends denial of request.) 

ACTION : 



Finance Committee March 13, 1974 



16. Communication transmitting estimate of $18,000 for printing of 
600-page Building Code as amended. File 162-74. (Purchaser) 

ACTION: 

17. Communication requesting source of funds for printing of 1972 and 
1973 Charter Supplement. File 216-74. (Purchaser) 

ACTION: 

18. Resolution authorizing reimbursement for damaged or stolen personal 
property of City and County employees. File 51-74-1. 

ACTION: 

19. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by substituting the 
Bicentennial Fund for the Bicentennial Information Fund; and 
establishing the San Francisco Twin Bicentennial, Inc., in the 
Office of the Mayor. File 227-74. (Feinstein) 

ACTION: 

20. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code to establish a Sheriff's 
Management Assistance Fund and providing for deposit of monies 
therein. File 228-74. (von Beroldingen) 

ACTION: 

21. Resolution authorizing the Sheriff to apply for and accept funds 
from the United States Bureau of Prisons, earmarking a portion of 
revenues now being received as matching funds for the upgrading 
of the County Jail. File 161-74-7. (von Beroldingen) 

ACTION: 

22. Ordinance appropriating $82,000 for Neighborhood Arts- Height 
Street Structure, Art Commission; rescinding $82,000 from Height 
Street Improvement Program, Public Works Dept. File 101-73-134. 
(Molinari) 

ACTION: 



2 7 1974 



CALENDAR 

Meeting of 
-FINANCE COMMITTEE 



City Librarian 

SF Public Library 

Civic Center 

San Francisco 94102 



Board of Supervisors 
public li City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, March 20, 1974 Room 228 City Hall, 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 

l a Resolution authorizing extension of certain existing leases of real 
property. File 64-74-5. (Real Estate Dept.) 

(250 Fourth St., for Public Health Dept. 

1360 Mission St., for Social Services Dept. 

550 Kearny St., for Public Librarv 

855 Harrison St., for Hetch Hetchy.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

2. Resolution authorizing extension of existing leases of real property 
for use by the FACE Program. File 64-74-6. (Real Estate Dept.) 

(3020 Mission St., 470 Castro St., 480 McAllister St.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



3. 



4. 



5. 



Resolution accepting gifts of $300 from the Lakeside Presbyterian 
Church for lighting of the Mount Davidson Cross; and equipment 
valued at $4,700 from the Arts and Crafts Advisory Committee for 
use by the Recreation and Park Dept. File 38-74-15. (Recreation 
aiiu ?<irk Dapc.) 

Amended to increase gift from Lakeside Presbyterian Church 
from $300 to $600. RECOMMENDED. 



ACTION: 



Ordinance approving agreement between Recreation and Park Commission 
and Barrett-Davis Enterprises for tennis professional privileges at 
the Golden Gate Park Tennis Courts. File 220-74. (Recreation and 
Park Commission) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

Ordinance approving lease agreement between Recreation and Park 
Commission and San Francisco Stadium, Inc. , for office and storage 
space in Candlestick Park Stadium. File 221-74. (Recreation and 
Park Commission) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



7. Resolution authorizing the Airports Commission to execute and file 
a Project Application with f:hsj iederal Aviat5.on Administration and 
to accept a grant for improvements at San Francisco International 
Airport. File 27-74-4. (Mayor) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



8. Resolution approving Temporary Loan Requisition No. 21 and 
Certificate of Cash Needs under Loan and Grant Contract No. Calif. 
R-7 (LG) for Project No. Calif. R-7, Embarcadero/Lower Market. 
File 73-74-1. (Redevelopment Agency) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

9. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept funds 
from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for additional funding 
of the project entitled, "Youth at the Crossroads." File 121-74-13 
(Mayor) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

10. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Health to apply for 
and accept funds from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for 
a project entitled, "Methadone to Abstinence." File 160-74-3. 
(Mayor) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

11. Resolution approving immediate filling of two vacated positions of 
Courtroom Clerk, Finance and Records. File 31-74-5. (Finance and 
Records) 

ACTION- T0 B0ARD W1TH RECOMMENDATION "DO PASS AFTER AMENDMENT." 
Amendment will be to reduce to one vacated position. 



13. Ordinance appropriating $16,725.87, various departments, for 
retroactive wages for adjustments of wage schedules to provide 
rates of pay for General Laborer and related classes subject to 
Section 8.403 of the Charter, effective June 1, 1973. 

File 201-72-129. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

14. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance 1972-73 by adjusting 
the wage schedules, effective June 1, 1973, to provide rates of 
pay for General Laborer and related classes subject to Section 
8.403 of the Charter; amendment reflects recent action of the 
Construction Industry Stabilization Committee and is in accord 
with provisions of Sec. 1(A) and 7.4 of the Salary Standardization 
Ordinance 8.403; a companion measure to File 201-72-129. 

File 200-72-62. (Civil Service No. 65) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

15. Communication from Oscar A. Brammer requesting refund of penalty 
paid on real property taxes. File 87-74-1. 

(Tax Collector recommends denial of request.) 

ACTION: Resolution denying claim for refund of real property tax 
refund f»*t? prepared in and RECOMMENDED out of Committee. 



Finance Committee March 20, 1974 



16. Communication transmitting estimate of $18,000 for printing of 
600-page Building Code as amended. File 162-74. (Purchaser) 

ACTION: FILED. 

17. Communication requesting source of funds for printing of 1972 and 
1973 Charter Supplement. File 216-74. (Purchaser) 

ACTION: FILED. 

18. Resolution authorizing reimbursement for damaged or stolen personal 
property of City and County employees. File 51-74-1. 

ACTION: Amended. RECOMMENDED. To Board when certified by Controlle 

19. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by substituting the 
Bicentennial Fund for the Bicentennial Information Fund; and 
establishing the San Francisco Twin Bicentennial, Inc., in the 
Office of the Mayor. File 227-74. (Feinstein) 

ACTION- T0 B0ARD WITH RECOMMENDATION "DO PASS AFTER AMENDMENT." 
Amendment will be on page 2, line 11: Change "annually" 
to "quarterly" report. Line 13: change to "preceding quarter 

20. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code to establish a Sheriff 
Management Assistance Fund and providing for deposit of monies 
therein. File 228-74. (von Beroldingen) 

ACTION: Adds Section 10.117-12. RECOMMENDED. 

21 . Resolution authorizing the Sheri f f to apply for and accept funds 
from the United Suites Bureau of Prisons, earmarking a portion of 
revenues now being received as matching funds for the upgrading 
of the County Jail. File 161-74-7. (von Beroldingen) 

ACT ION : RE COMMENDED . 

22. Ordinance appropriating $82,000 for Neighborhood Arts- Haight 
Street Structure, Art Commission; rescinding $82,000 from Haight 
Street Improvement Program, Public Works Dept. File 101-73-134. 
(Molinari) 

ACTION: T0 BOAM* WITH RECOMMENDATION "DO PASS AFTER AMENDMENT." 
Amendment will be to change title and body to read: 
Haight Street Theater, contiguous land, reconstruction 
__ . a.nd improvement. , ° , . ' .. „ 

23. Communication recommending approval of application or Homer J. 

Olsen, Inc. , for leave to present a late claim against the City 
and County. File 50-74-11. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Resolution granting application prepared in and 
RECOMMENDED out of Committee. 

24. Communication recommending approval of application of Leonard 
Ransom for leave to present a late claim against the City and 
County. File 50-74-13. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Resolution granting application prepared in and 
RECOMMENDED out of Committee, 

25. Communication advising on application of Sara Whiting for leave t 
present a late claim against the City and County. File 50-74-14. 
(City Attorney) 

ACTION: Resolution granting application prepared in and 
RECOMMENDED out of Committee. 



Finance Committee narcn zu, i?/4 



26. Resolution authorizing sublease of real property for the Record 
Storage Center at 144 Townsend Street. File 64-74-7. (Real Estate) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

27. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code to establish a San 
Francisco Police Officer's Athletic Fund. File 482-73. (Police 
Commission) 

(3-20-74: Consideration continued to March 20.) 
ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO APRIL 3. 

28. Ordinance appropriating $282,674 for operation, conservation area, 
RAP; rescinding $19,409 from various appropriations, Public Works; 
an emergency measure. File 101-73-142. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

29. Ordinance appropriating $40,000, Public Works, for noise monitoring 

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ACTION: TO BOARD WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION. 

30. Ordinance appropriating $754,789 for operation, various departments 
rescinding $714,289 from various departments. File 101-73-136. 
(Controller) 

(Controller, Social Services, Treasurer, Public Health, 
Recreation and Park) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

31. Ordinance appropriating $400,000, 1971 Fire Protection System 
Improvement Bond Fund, for construction, command and control systei. 
improvements; rescinding $400,000 from Firefighting Equipment 
appropriation. File 101-73-137. (Controller) 

ACT I ON : RE COMMENDED . 

32. Ordinance appropriating $3,571,000 for capital improvements; 
rescinding $3,180,000 from various capital improvement appropriatic 
Airport Operating Fund. File 101-73-140. (Controller) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

33. Ordinance appropriating $36,464,653.76 for capital improvements; 
rescinding $13,258,402.75 from various capital improvement appropri 
ations, 1967 Airport Bond Fund. File 101-73-141. (Controller) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 



Finance Committee March 20, 1974 

34. Resolution authorizing the General Manager, Public Utilities, to 
execute required documents to obtain transit aid funds from the 
State of California for use of the Municipal Transit System. 
File 127-74-2. (Public Utilities Commission) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

35. Resolution approving temporary loan requisition No. 24 and 
Certificate of Cash Meeds under Loan and Grant Contract No. UR 
Calif. 2-1 (LG) for Project No. UR Calif. 2-1, Diamond Heights. 
File 70-74-1. (Redevelopment Agency) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

36. Ordinance appropriating $5,192, Public Health and Port Commission, 
for permanent salaries and mandatory fringe benefits for reclassi- 
fication of 2 positions; rescinding $5,355 from Permanent salaries 
and mandatory fringe benefits appropriation. File 101-73-135. 
(Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED, 

37. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1973-74 reflecting 
additions and abolishments of certain positions, and creation of 
new positions and abolishment of existing positions, regardless of 
rate of pay, when respective duty statements are not closely 
related; Public Health and Port Commission; a companion measure 

to File 101-73-135. File 102-73-76. (Civil Service, No. 80) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

38. Ordinance appropriating $25,173, various departments, for reclass- 
ification of 12 positions, changing class titles to related existing 
class titles at the same or lower rate of pay; rescinding $31,204 
from permanent salaries appropriation. File 101-73-138. 
(Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

39. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1973-74 reflecting 
additions and abolishments of certain positions, and reclassifica- 
tions changing class titles to related existing class titles at 
the same or lower rate of pay, various departments; a companion 
measure to File 101-73-138. File 102-73-79. (Civil Service No. 77) 

ACTI ON : RECOMMENDED . 

40 a Ordinance appropriating $48,466, various departments, for reclass- 
ification of 19 positions, changing class titles to related exist- 
ing class titles at higher rate of pay; rescinding $46,374 from 
permanent salaries appropriation. File 101-73-139. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED, 

41. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1973-74 reflecting 
additions and abolishments of certain positions, and reclassifica- 
tions changing class titles to related existing class titles at a 
higher rate of pay, various departments; a companion measure to 
File 101-73-139. File 102-73-78. (Civil Service No. 78) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



Finance Committee March 20, 1974 



/»?_ Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation against the City 
and County. File 45-74 -$. (City Attorney) 

(Civil Service Employees Ins. Co. $281.36 
Bernard Zimmerman 500.00 

Jose Espinoza 550.00) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

43. Motion directing Clerk of the Board to submit a request for 
supplemental appropriation in the amount of $14,000 for 
contractual services. File 69-74. 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO MARCH 27. 

OFF CALENDAR : 

44. Communication from H. H. Harrison applying for leave to present 
a late claim against the City and County. File 50-74-16. 

(City Attorney recommends approval.) 

ACTION: Resolution granting application prepared in and 
RECOMMENDED out of Committee. 



^> j£j- Marian O'Donnell 

City Librarian 
SF Public Library 
Civic Center 



San Francisco 94102 



SF 



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SUMMARY OF ACTION 
-..?' Finance Ccrmittee 
Foard o&-6upervisors 
*? Marchf27, 1974 

MEETING CANCELLED. 
ALL ITEMS CONTINUED TO APRIL 3, 1974. 

ROBERT J. EOLAN, Clerk 
March 29, 1974— It 



DOCUMENTS 









CALENDAR 

Meeting of 

FINANCE COMMITTEE 



City Librarian 
SF Public Library 
Civic Center 
San Francisco 94102 



Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 



Wednesday, April 3, 1974 Room 228 City Hall, 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 



1. Ordinance appropriating $248 for retroactive wages for adjustment 
of rates of pay for Pileman and Piledriver Foreman, effective 
June 16, 1973, Port Commission. File 201-72-130. (Controller) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

2. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1972-73 to provide 
rates of pay for Pileman and Piledriver Foreman, effective June 16, 
1973, Port Commission; a companion measure to File 201-72-130. 
File 200-72-66. (Civil Service Commission No. 69) 



DOCUMENTS 

APR 8 1974 ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



SAN FRANCISCO 
PUBLIC U13RARY o 



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Ordinance rescinding $20,866 from wages and mandatory fringe 
benefits appropriations for adjustment of rates of pay for Pileman 
and Piledriver Foreman, effective July 1, 1973, Port Commission. 
File 101-73-144. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1973-74 to provide 
rates of pay for Pileman and Piledriver Foreman, effective July 1, 
1973, Port Commission; a companion measure to File 101-73-144. 
File 102-73-75. (Civil Service Commission No. 74) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



5. Resolution authorizing subordination of judgment against Delia Mae 
Cael for services rendered by the Department of Social Services. 
File 3-73-10. (Social Services) 



ACTION: 



Consideration continued to April 10. Real Estate Dept. 
to report on present market value of property. 



Resolution authorizing release of lien on real property owned by 
Helen Pearson. File 3-73-13. (Social Services) 



ACTION: 



RECOi^IENEED. 



7. Ordinance appropriating $500,000, Social Services, for Emergency 
Loan Revolving Fund rescinding §516,915 from AFDC appropriation; 
$16,915, Single Men's Rehabilitation Center, for temporary salaries 
and foodstuffs; $437, Fine Arts Museums, for holiday pay, rescinding 
$437 from tenants overtime; and $6,199, Municipal Railway, for 
services of Industrial Injury Division, rescinding $6,199 from wages 
appropriation, platform employees. File 101-73-145. (Controller) 



ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 



Finance Committee Arril 3, 1?74 

8. Ordinance appropriating $5,120, Street Lighting Improvements 
and Extensions; $4,364.11, Traffic Signals and Channelizations, 
various safety problem locations appropriations; rescinding 
$4,364.11 from Special Gas Tax Street Improvement Fund. 

File 101-73-146. (Controller) 

ACTI ON : RECOMMENCED . 

9. Resolution authorizing acceptance of certain mini park areas 
within the Western Addition Area A-2. File 11-74-1. (Real 
Estate Department) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to April 10 for appearance 
of Redevelopment Agency representative. 

10. Motion directing Clerk of the Board to submit a request for 
supplemental appropriation in the amount of $14,000 for 
contractual services; and $270 for gasoline and oil. 

File 69-74t2. 

ACTION- $14,000 to be handled administratively. 
' $270 RECOMMENDED. 

11. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
Executive Secretary to General Manager, Recreation and Park 
Department. File 31-74-6. (Recreation and Park Department) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

12. Resolution amending Resolution No. 749-73 to provide an increase 
in funds for the Mayor's Manpower Planning and Research Unit, 
and substituting the Department of Labor as the funding source. 
File 121-74-14. (Mayor) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

13. Resolution approving a Manpower Plan for submission to the 
Department of Labor. File 240-74. (Mayor) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

14. Resolution authorizing the General Manager, Personnel, to enter 
into a contractual agreement with the Arthur Young & Company to 
conduct an executive compensation study for the City and County. 
File 217-74. (Civil Service Commission) 

ACTION: TABLED PENDING REACTIVATION. 

15. Motion authorizing and directing Clerk of the Board to expend the 
amount of $51.70 from the legislative expense appropriation of the 
Board of Supervisors for the purpose of defraying subsistence 
expenses incurred by the Legislative and Personnel Committee 
during a late meeting thereof on February 7, 1974. File 69-74-3. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



16. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by adding Section 
10.117-11 thereto, establishing a San Francisco Police Officers 1 
Athletic Fund. (Second Draft) File 482-73. (Police Commission) 

(3-6-74: Consideration continued to April 3.) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to June 5. 

17. Ordinance appropriating $7,831, Public Health, and rescinding 
$&.755 from permanent salaries appropriation for reclassification 
of 4 positions. File 101-73-147. (Controller) 

ACT ION : RECOMMENDED . 

18. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1973-74 reflecting 
additions and abolishments of certain positions, and reclassifica- 
tions consolidating class titles into a related existing class 
title at the same rate of pay, Public Health; a companion measure 
to File 101-73-147, File 102-73-81. (Civil Service No. 76) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

19. Ordinance appropriating $16,101 for operation and equipment, Police 
Dept. and Municipal Railway Operating; rescinding $1,000 from 
permanent salaries, Civilian-Police Dept. File 101-/3-148. 
(Controller) 

TO BOARD WITH RECOMMENDATION "DO PASS AFTER AMENDMENT." 
AOJ.10N: Amendment will be to reduce Muni Ry Equipment from 
$1,100 to £a $726. 

20. Ordinance appropriating $1,750 for Bay Delta Resource Recovery 
Program — ABAC, Chief Administrative Officer; and $15,761 for 
operation, Special Election Fund, Registrar of Voters. 

File 101-73-149. (Controller) 

ACTION- Separated. $l f 750, CAO, to Board with recommendation 

"Do Slot Pass." (File 101-73-149.1) 
$15,761, Registrar of Voters, RECOMMENDED. (F. 101-73-149) 

21. Ordinance approving and authorizing execution of Agreement, 1974 
Amended Ground Lease, and 1974 Amended Park Lease between the City 
and County, Recreation and Park Commission, and San Francisco 
Stadium, Inc., all related to refunding of bonds issued to effect 
improvement and expansion of Candlestick Park Stadium. 

File 119-73-2. (City Attorney) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

22. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
Assistant Superintendent, Harbor Maintenance, Port Commission. 
File 31-74-7. (Port Commission) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



Finance Committee April 3, 1974 

23. Resolution extending time for award of Department of Public Works 
contract for improvement of Gould St., from Salinas Ave. to Paul 
Ave., Specification No. 23,452. File 61-74-3. (Public Works) 

ACTION: PJ3CGMXENDED. 

24. Resolution authorizing the Coroner to apply for and accept from 
the Office of Criminal Justice Planning an extension to July 31, 
1974 of grant entitled "Drug Abuse in Criminal Deaths in San 
Francisco." File 125-73-2. (Mayor) 

ACTION: PJXCMMSNDED. 

25. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by amending Section 
16.6-43 thereof, relating to membership of the Port Commission 
in various organizations. File 218-74. (Port Commission) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to April 10. 

26. Request for amendment of Administrative Code Section 10,155, to 
increase the Public Library Revolving Fund from $5,000 to $10,000. 
File 250-74. (Public Library) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. (To Board upon receipt of 

supplemental appropriation.) 

27. Ordinance amending Part III, Municipal Code, by amending Section 

SC7 thereof tc v*de c — ;d*"* — *rca e *••***■*■«■"- rw »srfi£sr 

Admission Tax when used by a sponsor of charity athletic contests. 
File 245-74. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: RECCtHENDED. 

28. Communication from Eduardo Sandoval, attorney, requesting revenue 
sharing funds for the San Francisco Community Boxing and Athletic 
Program. File 219-74. 

ACTION: FILED. 

29. Communication from Friends of the Deaf, requesting revenue sharing 
funds for their summer camp program. File 253-74. 

ACTION: FILED. 

30. Ordinance appropriating $49,815 for operation, City Attorney; 
an emergency ordinance. File 101-73-150. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



CALENDAR 



City Librarian 
SF Public Library 
Meeting of Civic Center 
F INANCE COMMITTEE San Francisco 94102 

~f . Board of Supervisors 

san fra.m isco City and County of Sa n Francisco 

Wednesday, April 10, 1974 Room 228 City Hall, 4:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, vrtft±rtarl, ■«£!?#« (No quorum) 

1. Resolution authorizing amendment of existing lease of real property 
at 333 Eucalyptus Drive for use by the Dept. of Public Health. 
File 64-74-8. (Real Estate Dept.) 

ACTION: TO BOARD; NO QUORUM. 

2. Ordinance appropriating $2,437, Recreation and Park Dept., for 
temporary salaries and equipment. File 101-73-151. (Controller) 

ACTION: TO BOARD; NO QUORUM. (Amendment will be moved as follows: 
Reduce equipment to $177. Reduce total to $2,177.) 

3. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
General Manager, Municipal Transit System. File 31-74-8. 
(Public Utilities Commission) 

ACTION: TO BOARD; NO QUORUM. 

4. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept funds 
frc™ th? of fire ot nt-im-ina i. Justice Planning for a projecL 
entitled "Jail Consolidation Survey." File 121-74-16.' (Mayor) 

ACTION: TO BOARD; NO QUORUM. 

5. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for, accept, and expend 
Federal funds under the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act 
of 1973 for manpower programs, public employment programs, summer 
youth employment, or other special programs; to operate manpower 
programs; and to contract for services with funds received. 

File 121-74-17. (Mayor) 

ACTION: TO BOARD; NO QUORUM. 

6. Resolution accepting final payment of $1,650 from San Francisco 
Foundation to the Art Commission, for the Kearny Street Workshop 
of the Neighborhood Arts Program. File 38-74-16. (Art Commission) 

ACTION: TO BOARD; NO QUORUM. 

7. Resolution fixing price of Part III, Municipal Code (License Code) 
at $10.00 plus tax. File 56-74-1. (Purchasing Dept.) 

ACTION: TO BOARD; NO QUORUM. 

8. Ordinance appropriating $2,367, Public Library, for permanent 
salaries and mandatory fringe benefits for reclassification of 

1 positicn; rescinding $2,240 from permanent salaries appropriation, 
File 101-73-152. (Controller) 

ACTION: TO BOAT'JD; NO QUORUM. 



9. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1973-74, reflect- 
ing the establishment of 1 new classification with salary schedule 
therefor, and allocation of 1 position, Archives Section, Public 
Library; a companion measure to File 101-73-152. File 102-73-61. 
(Civil Service No. 63) 

ACTION: TO BOARD; NO QUORUM. 

10. Ordinance appropriating $60,566, Police Department, for operation, 
mandatory fringe benefits, and creation of 15 positions; rescinding 
$60,566 from permanent salaries appropriation. File 101-73-153. 
(Controller) 

ACTION: TO BOARD; NO QUORUM. (Amendment will be moved as follows: 

Reduce Temporary Salaries to $15,000. Reduce total to $48,856. 

11. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1973-74, reflect- 
ing the classification of 15 new positions, Police Department; a 
companion measure to File 101-73-153. File 102-73-20. (Civil 
Service No. 88) 

ACTION: TO BOARD; NO QUORUM. 

12. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various 
plaintiffs against the City and County in the total sum of $2,948,50 
File 45-74-8. (City Attorney) 

(Anna R. Braun $ 857.50 

Ellen Sandberg 1,325.00 

Ollie & Howard Ransom 776.00) 

ACTION: TO BOARD; NO QUORUM. 

13. Ordinance appropriating $400,000, 1971 Fire Protection System 
Improvement Bond Fund, for construction of command and control 
system improvement; rescinding $400,000 from firefighting equip- 
ment appropriation. File 101-73-137. (Controller) 

(4-1-74: Rereferred to Committee by Board.) 

ACTION: TO BOARD; NO QUORUM. 

14. Resolution authorizing subordination of judgment against Delia Mae 
Cael for services rendered by the Department of Social Services. 
File 3-73-10. (Social Services) 

(4-3-74: Consideration continued one week.) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO APRIL 17. 

15. Resolution authorizing acceptance of certain mini park areas 
within the Western Addition Area A-2. File 11-74-1. (Real 
Estate Department) 

(4-3-74: Consideration continued one week.) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO APRIL 17. 

16. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by amending Section 
16.6-43 thereof, relating to membership of the Port Commission 
in various organizations. File 218-74. (Port Commission) 

(4-3-74: Consideration continued one week.) 
ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO APRIL 17. 



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JOINT FINANCE AND C O MMUNITY SERVICES COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, April 10, 1974 Room 228 City Hall, 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Barbagelata, Molinari, Nelder 



1. Ordinance amending and repealing sections of the Administrative Code 
relating to the administrative structure of the Model Cities Program 
and other related matters; and repealing Ordinance No. 65-69 
relating to the Bayview -Hunters Point Model Neighborhood Agency. 
File 66-74-1. (City Attorney) 

(Amends Sees. 30.03, 30.04, 30.05, 30,06 and 30.09. 
(Repeals Sees. 30.01, 30.07, 30.08 and 30.12.) 

ACTION: CGITSIDErjiTIOH COSTIEUED TO APEIL 17, 



2. Resolution approving extension of Amended Second Action Year Model 
City Comprehensive Demonstration Program, and authorizing the Mayor 
to contract with the United States Government for funding of local 
share of program administration. File 66-74-2. (Mayor) 

ACTION: COHSirSiLAXXOW COETIUUED TO Alita 17. 



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JOINT FINANCE AND COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, April 17, 1974 Room 228 City Hall, 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Barbagelata, Molinari, Nelder 



1» Ordinance amending and repealing sections of the Administrative 
Code relating to the administrative structure of the Model Cities 
Program and other related matters; and repealing Ordinance No. 
65-69 relating to the Bayview -Hunters Point Model Neighborhood 
Agency. File 66-74-1. (City Attorney) 

I'Ampnris spc?. 30.03 30. 0': 30.05. 30.06 z.nd 30.09. 
(Repeals Sees. 3o[6l', 3olo7^ 3o!u8'and"30.12.) 

(4-10-74: Consideration continued to April 17.) 

ACTION: REGOMMENXIED. (Sup. Molinari dissenting) 



2. Resolution approving extension of Amended Second Action Year Model 
City Comprehensive Demonstration Program, and authorizing the Mayor 
to contract with the United States Government for funding of local 
share of program administration. File 66-74-2. (Mayor) 

(4-10-74: Consideration continued to April 17.) 

ACTION: TO BOARS BEEH RECOMMENDATION "DO PASS AFTER AMENDMENT." 
(Sup. Molinari dissenting ) 

(See file for amendment.) 



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DOCUMliNlS Meeting of San Francisco 94102 

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Wednesday, April 17, 1974 Room 228 City Hall, 3:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari. Nelder 



1. Motion directing Clerk of the Board to submit a request for supple- 
mental appropriation in the amount of $3,000 for overtime. 

File 69-74- . (Board of Supervisors) 

ACTION: RECOMMENCED. 

2. Ordinance appropriating $10,878, Police Department, for permanent 
salaries and reclassification of 7 positions; rescinding $11,326 
from permanent salaries and mandatory fringe benefits appropriation. 
File 101-73-154. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENCED. 

3. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1973-74 to reflect 
the reallocation of 10 vacant Clerk Typist positions to 7 Police 
Communications Dispatcher positions, Police Department. 

File 102-73-86. (Civil Service No. 87) 

ACT ION : RKroMMF.wuEu . 

4. Ordinance appropriating $308,829, City Planning for Open Space 
Capital Improvement grant projects; rescinding $45,000 from Urban 
Beautification Capital Improvement grant appropriations. 

File 101-73-155. (Controller) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED. 

5. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by adding Section 10.169.2 
thereto, establishing a Dept. of Social Services Emergency Loan 
Revolving Fund for the Aged, Blind and Disabled recipients of the 
State Supplementary Program. File 275-74. (Social Services Dept.) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

6. Resolution accepting gift of $324.12 from Foster Parents United 
Association for use by the Dept. of Social Services to provide 
attendance at the Fourth National Conference of Foster Parents. 
File 38-74-17. (Social Services Dept.) 

ACTION: gECOMMBHnSD. 

7. Resolution authorizing the Sheriff to apply for and accept funds 
from the California Council on Criminal Justice for project 
entitled "Photo Identification Security System for San Francisco 
County Jails." File 161-74-8. (Sheriff) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



Finance Committee April 17, 1974 



8. Resolution authorizing reallocation of funds serving as matching 
contribution from the Treatment Alternative to Street Crime Drug 
Diversion Program to the County Drug Abuse Plan. File 160-74-4. 
(Public Health) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

9. Ordinance appropriating $14,000,000 for capital improvements from 
1971 Harbor Improvement Bond Fund, Port Commission. 

File 101-73-88.1. (Controller) 

(12-19-73: Continued awaiting approval of Capital 
Improvement Advisory Committee.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

10. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Works to apply for 
and accept federal funds for rechannelization and construction of 
a pedestrian overpass at Phelan, Geneva and Ocean Avenues. 

File 264-74. (Public Works) 

ACT ION : RECOMMENDED . 

11. Resolution urging City support of the restoration of Windmills in 
Golden Gate Park and a study of possible funding sources. 

File 214-74. (Nelder) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO MAY 8. 

12. Request of Municipal Employees Relations Panel for consideration of 
appropriating $6,756 for temporary salaries and rental to implement 
the Employee-Employer Relations Ordinance. File 101-73-119.1. 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO APRIL 24. 

13. Ordinance appropriating $2,295, Chief Administrative Officer, 
Employee Relations Division, for rental; and $4,641, Chief 
Administrative Officer, Municipal Employee Relations Panel, for 
temporary salaries and rental. File 101-73-119.1. (Controller) 

(3-11-74: Rereferred from Board.) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO APRIL 24. 

14. Ordinance appropriating $1,420 for fish and game propagation and 
conservation, Chief Administrative Officer; rescinding $1,420 from 
fish and game conservation, Municipal Court; an emergency measure. 
File 101-73-156. (Controller) 

ACTI ON : RECOMMENDED . 

15. Resolution authorizing subordination of judgment against Delia Mae 
Cael for services rendered by the Department of Social Services. 
File 3-73-10. (Social Services) 

(4-10-74: Consideration continued to April 17.) 

ACTION: Social Servicea Dept. requested natter be withdrawn. 
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Finance Committee April 17, 1974 



16. Resolution authorizing acceptance of certain mini park areas 
within the Western Addition Area A-2. File 11-74-1. (Real 
Estate Department) 

(4-10-74: Consideration continued to April 17.) 
ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO MAY 8. 

17. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by amending Section 
16.6-43 thereof, relating to membership of the Port Commission 
in various organizations. File 218-74. (Port Commission) 

(4-10-74: Consideration continued to April 17.) 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITH RECOl-HSNDATION "DO PASS AFTER AMENDMENT. " 
(Sup. von Beroldingen dissenting.) 

Amendment will be to delete Press Club and Conmercial Club. 



CALENDAR City Librarian 
Meeting of ^F Public Library 

FINANCE COMMITTEE <-ivic Center 

San Francisco 94102 
ja \0n Board of Supervisors 

City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, April 24, 1974 Room 228 City Hall, 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Mo%*nBrt, Nelder 

1. Ordinance appropriating $65,550 for Regional Occupational Program 
of the County School Service Fund. File 101-73-158. (Controller) 

ACTION : KEGGM4EKDED, 

2. Ordinance appropriating $37,826,000, 1973 School Bond Fund for 
capital improvements (earthquake proofing program). File 101-73-159. 
(Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

3. Ordinance appropriating $6,787 for equipment, rescinding $2,300 
from contractual services appropriation, Real Estate Dept., Brooks 
Hall and Auditorium. File 101-73-157. (Controller) 

ACTION: R£OT3in7N T D?D. 

4. Ordinance authorizing sale at public auction of certain City-owned 
surplus property. File 288-74. (Real Estate Dept.) 



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S/W corner of Geneva & Delano Aves. 

N/W corner of Geneva & Cayuga Aves. 

N. side of Geneva Ave., 81' west of Howth St. 

S/E corner of Kern St. & Brompton Ave. 

S. side of Addison St.,„75' west of Farnum St.} 

W. side of Elmtra St., '85* south or Helena St.) 



ACTION: EECOMMEIIDED. 

5. Resolution authorizing lease of real property at 1390 Market Street 
from Two Polk Corporation, for use by the San Francisco Municipal 
Employees Panel. File 64-74-9. (Real Estate Dept.) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to May 8. 

6. Resolution authorizing extension of existing leases of real property 
at various locations, for use by the FACE program. File 64-74-10. 
(Real Estate Dept.) 

ACTION : RECOKMZHDED . 

7. Resolution authorizing refund and cancellation of taxes on property 
acquired by the City and County from Universal Cooperage Corporation. 
File 24-74-1. (Real Estate Dept.) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED. 



Finance Committee April 24, 1974 



8. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code to add membership by 
the Department of Public Health in the American Psychiatric 
Association and American Trauma Society. File 26-74-1. (Public 
Health Dept.) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

9. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept funds 
from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for funding the 
project entitled "Rape Victimization Study/Crime Specific." 
File 121-74-18. (Mayor) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

10. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of Rosie Norris 
and Kema Condrey, a minor, against the City and County by payment 
of $3,500. File 45-74-9. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

11. Ordinance appropriating $12,000 for temporary salaries, Tax 
Collector's Office; an emergency measure. File 101-^3-160. 
(Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

12. Ordinance appropriating $2,367, Public Library, for reclassifica- 
tion of one position of Librarian II to City Archivist; rescinding 
$2,240, Public Library, from permanent salaries. File 101-73-152. 
(Controller; 

(4-15-74: Re-referred to Committee by Board.) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to May 15. 

13. Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, Section 631010, Public 
Library; a companion measure to File 101-73-152. File 102-73-61. 
(Civil Service No. 63) 

(4-15-74: Re-referred to Committee by Board.) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to May 15. 

14. Request of Municipal Employees Relations Panel to consider appro- 
priating $6,756 for temporary salaries and rental, to implement 
the Employee-Employer Relations Ordinance. File 101-73-119.1. 

(4-17-74: Consideration continued to April 24.) 

ACTION: FILED. 

15. Ordinance appropriating $2,295, Chief Administrative Officer, 
Employee Relations Division, for rental; and $4,641, Chief 
Administrative Officer, Municipal Employee Relations Panel, for 
temporary salaries and rental. File 101-73-119.1. (Controller) 

(4-17-74: Consideration continued to April 24.) 

ACTION: To Board with recommendation "DO PASS AFTER AMENDMENT." 
In Board Supervisor von Beroldingen will present a 
supplemental appropriation totaling $4,865 for the 
MERP Panel as an amenun>ent of the whole. 



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Wednesday, May 8, 1974 Room 223 City Hall, 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 

1. Motion that the Clerk of the Board be directed to submit a supple- 
mental appropriation request in the amount of $6,400 for renovation 
of leather chairs and replacement of draperies in the Legislative 
Chambers. File 69-74-5. 

ACTION: TABLED. 

2. Resolution extending time for award of Dept. of Public Works con- 
tract for improvement of New Street No. 4 in Block 3735, Redevelop- 
ment Area D-l (Yerba Euena) . File 61-74-4. (Dept. of Public Works) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

3. Ordinance appropriating $7,696 for contractual services, emergency 
food and transportation, Commission on the Agir.s; rescinding 
$7,696 from Self Help for the Aging. File 101-73-162. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



i1AY 14 1974 4. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to accept a grant of Federal funds 
and to pvnpnH cijr-K frinHc f^r *"^»e Pu^li" S°rvic^ En^lcvrnent Pro^r?™ 
and to execute such contracts as may be required. File 121-74-19. 
(Mayor) 

TO BOARD WITH RECOMMENDATION "DO PASS AFTER AMENDMENT." 
ACTION: Sup. Molinari will move to insert: "Further Resolved, That 

Civil Service Commission expedite examinations covering those 
in the public service employment program." 

5. Resolution waiving the statute of limitations with respect to 
payment of a certain Controller's warrant issued to H. Conrad in 
the total sum of $15.00. File 23-74-2. (Health Service System) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

6. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
Farmers Market Manager. File 31-74-9. (Dept. of Agriculture) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

7. Resolution authorizing acquisition of a portion of Lot 64, Block 
5377, to provide access from Charter Oak Ave, to City-owned 
property. File 298-74. (Real Estate Dept.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



8. Resolution transferring jurisdiction from the Dept. of Public Works 
to the Board cf Education of a portion of Lot 7 3, Block 6557. for 
addition to the Fairmount School sita. File 292-74. (Mayor) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to May 15. 



9. Resolution authorizing acceptance of certain mini-park areas within 
Western Addition Area A-2. File 11-74-1. (Real Estate Dept.) 

(4-17-74: Consideration continued to May 8.) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to May 15. 

10. Resolution authorizing lease of real property at 1390 Market Street 
from Two Polk Corporation for use by the San Francisco Municipal 
Employees Relations Panel. File 64-74-9. (Real Estate Dept.) 

(4-24-74: Consideration continued to May 8.) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to May 15. 

11. Resolution transferring jurisdiction from the Real Estate Dept. to 
the Dept. of Public Health of Lot 51, Block 4219, for the Potrero 
Hill Health Center site. File 293-74. (Mayor) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

12. Ordinance appropriating $1,450, Assessor, for contractual services; 
$4,750, Municipal Court, for equipment; $35,847, Police Dept., for 
traffic citations; $20,146, Laguna Honda Hospital, for overtime; 
$4,700, San Francisco General Hospital, for overtime; 

17,000, Recreation and Park Dept., for fixed charges; rescinding 
20,146 from permanent salaries, Nursing appropriation, Laguna 
Honda Hospital. File 101-73-166. (Controller) 

ACTION: T0 B0ARD WH RECOMMENDATION "DO PASS AFTER AMENDMENT." 
Amendment will be: Table Police Dept. appropriation. 

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contractual services; $24,500, Fire Dept., for materials and 
equipment; $1,500, Juvenile Court, for contractual services; 
$403,500, San Francisco General Hospital, for materials, supplies 
and hospital and laboratory supplies; $1,240, Retirement System, 
for equipment; rescinding $428,740 from various appropriations, 
various departments. File 101-73-164. (Controller) 

ACTION- T0 BOARD WITH RECOMMENDATION "DO PASS AFTER AMENDMENT." 
Amendment V7ill be: Reduce Civil Service to $1,500. 
Re-refer Retirement System. 

14. Resolution fixing patient day rates for services furnished by City 
and County institutions and rescinding Resolution No. 514-72. 
File 300-74. (Dept. of Public Health) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to May 15. 

15. Request of Miss Melita Vella for release of $3,870 lien recorded 
by the Dept. of Public Health for her care and treatment. 

File 3-74-1. 

(City Attorney and Dept. of Public Health recommend 
that lien be released only upon full payment.) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to June 5. City Attorney to 
negotiate for a compromise of the lien debt. 

16. Resolution authorizing release of lien on property at 1690-45th Ave. 
recorded by Dept. of Public Health for care and treatment of Rose 
Verano, deceased. File 3-74-5. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



17. Ordinance appropriating $93,000, Sheriff, for contractual services, 
materials, supplies and foodstuffs; $76,550, Superior Court, for 
operations; $7,370, Registrar of Voters, for temporary salaries; 
an emergency measure. File 101-73-165. (Controller) 

TO E0A?J) WITH RECOMMENDATION "DO PASS AFTE3. AMENDMENT ." 
ACTION: Amendment will be: Lelctc and table $7,370, Registrar 
of Voters. 

18. Ordinance appropriating $1,296.48, Social Services Dept., for 
travel expense; an emergency measure. File 101-73-163. (Controller) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

19. Resolution authorizing release of lien recorded by the Dept. of 
Social Services on property owned by Mrs. Rita A. Cahill, deceased. 
File 3-74-3. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

20. Ordinance appropriating $1,712, California Academy of Sciences, 
for reclassification of 1 position; rescinding $1,497 from wages 
appropriation. File 101-73-167. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

21. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1973-74, to reflect 
the reallocation of 1 position of Building and Grounds Maintenance 
Superintendent, California Academy of Sciences; a companion measure 
to File 101-73-167. File 102-73-89. (Civil Service, No. 92.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

22. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to request and accept from the 
Office of Criminal Justice Planning an extension of Grant #1444 
entitled "San Francisco Justice Information System." 

File 121-74-21. (Mayor) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

23. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept funds from 
the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for a project entitled 
"Program Design and Implementation of 9-1-1." File 121-74-22. 
(Mayor) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

24. Resolution authorizing the Sheriff to apply for and accept funds 
from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for a project entitled 
"Jail Consolidation Survey" 1900-E. File 161-74-9. (Mayor) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to May 15. 

25. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to file an application and enter 
into a contract with the U.S. Department of Commerce for a techni- 
cal assistance grant, to extend the Office of Economic Development 
for a second year, and authorizing the use of a cash allocation 
and In-kind services. File 121-74-23. (Mayor) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



26. Resolution granting application of Gene E. Armstrong for leave to 
present a late claim against the City and County. File 50-74-2Q. 
(City Attorney) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

27. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of Mary Villanueva 
against the City and County for $5,000. File 45-73-39.1. 

(City Attorney) 

ACT ION : RECOMMENDED . 

28. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various plain- 
tiffs against the City and County in the total sum of $28,178. 
File 45-74-10. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

29. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation against the City 
and County for $42,500 and dismissal of cross -complaint . 

File 45-74-11. (City Attorney) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

30. Resolution authorizing compromise and settlement of various claims of 
&23S03& the City and County in the total sum of $16,633.33. 

File 49-74-5. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

31. Communication submitting a supplemental appropriation request in 
the amount of $87,535 for operation of the Superior Court for the 
fiscal year 1973-74. File 101-73-161. (Superior Court) 

ACTION: FILED. (Note: Appropriated in #17, File 101-73-165.) 

32. Resolution petitioning Congress to implement continuation of 
employments under the Emergency Employment Act. File 311-74. 
(von Beroldingen) 

ACTIOS: RECOMMENDED. 

33. Ordinance appropriating $375,000 for Comprehensive Employment 
Training Program, Mavor's Office; an emergency measure. 

Pile 101-73-174. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



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.JOINT FINANCE, PLANNING, HOUSING AND DEVELOPMENT 
AND GOVERNMENTAL SERVICES COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County" of San Francisco 

Wednesday, May 8, 1974 Room 228 City Hall, 5:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Barbagelata, Gonzales, 

Molinari, Nelder, Pelosi, Tamaras 



1. Resolution designating the Inner Richmond area as a residential 
rehabilitation (RAP) area. File 217-73-4. (City Planning Dept.) 

ACTION: 



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^FINANCE COMMITTEE 
Board of Supervisors 
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City and County 

Wednesday, May 15, 1974, 2:00 p.m. Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 

1. Resolution authorizing issuance of $8,000,000 principal amount of 
City and County 1974 Residential Rehabilitation Revenue Bonds. 
File 315-74. (Chief Administrative Officer) 

ACTION : 

2. Resolution authorizing extension of existing leases of real 
property for FACE Program. File 64-74-11. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: 

3. Resolution declaring that public interest and necessity require 
acquisition of portions of certain real property at a cost not to 
exceed $40,500 for the widening of Harney St. south of Jamestown. 
File 314-74. (Real Estate) 

ACTION : 

4. Resolution authorizing cancellation of taxes on property acquired 
by the City and County from Reuben Sutton. File 24-74-2. (Real 
Estate) 

ACTION : 

5. Ordinance approving agreement for operating a saddle horse conces- 
sion at Camp Mather. File 62-74-2. (Recreation and Park) 

ACTION: 

6. Ordinance approving lease for operating the Camp Store at Camp 
Mather. File 62-74-3. (Recreation and Park) 

ACTION : 

7. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code removing the 5-year 
limitation on the S. F. Zoo Gardens Special Fund. File 316-74. 
(Recreation and Park) 

ACTION: 

8. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code removing the termina- 
tion date of June 30, 1974, from the Special Animal Purchase and 
Exchange Fund. File 317-74. (Recreation and Park) 

ACTION: 

9. Ordinance appropriating $640,000, Controller, for judgments and 
claims; and $89,478, Municipal Railway, for mandatory fringe bene- 
fits. File 101-73-171. (Controller) 

ACTION : 

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10. Ordinance appropriating $668 for permanent salaries and rescinding 
$912 from wages and mandatory fringe benefits appropriation for 
the reclassification of 1 position, Purchasing. File 101-73-170. 
(Controller) 

ACTION : 

11. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1973-74, reflecting 
the reallocation of 1 vacant position, Purchasing, companion meas- 
ure to File-101-73-170. File 102-73-87. (Civil Service, No. 90) 
ACTION: 

12. Ordinance appropriating $708,491 for operation, various departments, 
rescinding $576,825 from various appropriations, various depart- 
ments; an emergency measure. File 101-73-172. (Controller) 

(Assessor, $4,000, for use of employees cars; Police De- 
partment, $199,825 for contractual services, materials 
and supplies, special Police equipment; Sheriff, $1,156, 
for Court appointed special master; Board of Supervisors, 
$9,295, for overtime, materials and supplies, CATV 
temporary salaries, CATV contractual service, CATV 
materials and supplies, CATV fixed charges; Finance 
and records, $220 for contractual services; Electricity, 
$3,774 for materials and supplies (fuel and lubricants); 
Registrar of Voters, $49,524 for contractual services 
and materials and supplies; Public Works, $15,284, for 
materials and supplies; Public Health, $18,000 for 
maintenance and repair - auto equipment; Road Fund, 
$38,291, for materials and supplies, -.maintenance and 
repair — street lighting installations; Municipal 
Railway, $359,000, for holidays, fuels, illuminants 
and lubricants; Hetch Hetchy Operating, $10,122 for 
materials and supplies.) 

ACTION: 

13. Ordinance appropriating $215,187 for operation, various depart- 
ments, rescinding $14,817 from wages appropriation, Public Works, 
Building Repair, an emergency measure. File 101-73-173. (Controller^ 

(Juvenile Court Probation Office, $83,200, for holiday 
pay, contractual services, maintenance and repair of 
auto equipment, maintenance of minors in foster homes 
and institutions; Juvenile Hall, $11,800 for holiday 
pay, extended work week, foodstuffs; Log Cabin Ranch, 
$17,150, for overtime, holiday pay, temporary salaries, 
materials and supplies, foodstuffs, fixed charges - 
taxes; Hidden Valley Ranch School, $28,710, for overtime, 
temporary salaries, contractual services, materials 
and supplies, foodstuffs; District Attorney, $1,200, for 

maintenance and repair of auto equipment, materials and 
supplies; Registrar of Voters, $58,310, for services 
of other departments (EDP) , temporary salaries - special 
election, election workers - special election, contrac- 
tual services - special election; Public Works, Building 
Repair, $14,817, for maintenance and inspection of 
elevators, escalators and fire alarms. 

ACTION : 

14. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by repealing Chapter 
10A relating to providing for annual study and recommendation of 
revenue and taxation matters. File 312-74. (Finance and Recorc?*) 

ACTION : 

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15. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
Senior Deputy Sheriff, Criminal and Civil Courts (Sheriff). 
File 31-74-11. (Sheriff) 

ACTION : 

16. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
Senior Pharmacist, S.F. General Hospital. File 31-74-10. (Public 
Health) 

ACTION: 

17. Ordinance appropriating $2,367 for permanent salaries and manda- 
tory fringe benefits, and rescinding $2,240 from permanent sala- 
ries appropriation for the reclassification of 1 position, Public 
Library. File 101-73-152. (Controller) 

(4/15/74 Reref erred ,from Board. 

ACTION: 

18. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1973-74, reflec- 
ting the establishment of one new classification with salary 
schedule therefor, and allocation of one position, Archives 
Section, Public Library. File 102-73-61. (Civil Service, No. 63) 

ACTION : 

19. Communication from Funsten & Oster, attorneys, applying on behalf 
of Jeanne F. Brown for leave to present a late claim against the 
City and County in the sum of $5,000 for personal injuries. File 
50-74-21. 

(City Attorney recommends denial) 

ACTION: 

20. Application of Kerry Ann Jones for leave to file late claim against 
City and County for personal injuries in amount of $200,000. 

File 50-74-23. 

ACTION: 

21. Ordinance amending Part III of the Municipal Code providing for 
an exemption from the Stadium Operator Admission Tax. File 
245-74-1. (von Beroldingen) 

(Amends Sec. 807) 

ACTION : 

22. Resolution fixing patient day rates for services furnished by City 
and County institutions, and rescinding Resolution No. 514-72. 
File 300-74. (Public Health) 

5/8/74 Consideration continued to 5/15/74. 

ACTION : 

23. Resolution authorizing acceptance of certain mini park areas within 
Western Addition Area A-2. File 11-74-1. (Real Estate) 

5/8/74 Consideration continued-to 5/15/74. 

ACTION: 



Finance Committee 5/15/74 

24. Resolution authorizing lease of real property at 1390 Market 
Street from Two Polk Corporation for use by San Francisco Muni- 
cipal limployees Relations Panel. File 64-74-9. (Real Estate) 

5/8/74 Consideration continued to 5/15/74. 

ACTION: 

25. Resolution transferring jurisdiction from Department of Public 
Works to Board of Education of portion of Lot 18 in Assessor's 
Block 6657 for addition to Fairmount School site. File 292-74. 
(Mayor's Office) 

5/8/74 Consideration continued to 5/15/74. 

ACTION: 

26. Resolution authorizing Sheriff to apply for and accept funds from 
Office of Criminal Justice Planning for project entitled "Jail 
Consolidation Survey' , 1900-E. File 161-74-9. (Mayor's Office) 

5/8/74 Consideration continued to 5/15/74. 

ACTION: 



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^-CALENDAR 

^ JOINT FINANCE, DOCUMENTS 

PLANNING, HOUSING ANT) DEVELOPMENT AND "' " 
^ ==== _GOVERKMENTAL =s SERVICES = CgMMITTEE_ s= _ MAY 2 9 • : 

Board of^-Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 



Wednesday, May 22, 1974 - 2:00 p.tru Legislative Chambers 

Second Floor, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Barbagelata, <i(f^dit44 (flldfi^ixHl 

Ne Ider , fHtHi I I1H4U4 1 
Absent:: Supervisors Gonzales, Molinari, Pelosi, Tamaras 

1. Resolution designating the Upper Ashbury a residential rehabilita- 
tion (RAP) area. File No. 217-73-3.1. (Chief Administrative 
Officer) 

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Meetins of MAY 2 9 1974 

- FINANCE COMMITTEE 
Board of Supervisors 
City, and County of San Francisco 



Wednesday, May 22, 1974, 2:45 F.M. Legislative Chambers 

<" Second Floor, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, kic/lhMakhJ, Nelder. 
Absent: Supervisor Molinari 

1. Resolution cancelling real property taxes levied on Lou H. Hymans 
and Evelyn' Hymans for fiscal year 1973-74, Block 3778, Lot 45A. 
File 15-73-13. (Assessor) 

ACTION: Recommended. 



2. Resolution authorizing acceptance of Lot 1 in Assessor's Block 
4794 and the entire Assessor's Block 4805. File 38-73-46. (Real 
Estate)/ File 38-73-46. 

ACTION - Consideration continued to 5/29/74. 

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3. Resolution cancelling real property taxes levied on Emanuel Baptist 
Church for fiscal years 1966-67 and 1967-68, 2919 - 23rd Street, 
Block 4207, Lot 34. File 10-74-6. (Controller) 

ACTION:' Recommended. 

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4. Resolution cancelling real property taxes levied on Christ Bearers 
for fiscal years 1971-72, 1972-73 and 1973-74, 1363 Divisadero 
Street, Block 1101, Lot 1. File 10-74-7. (Controller) 



ACTION: Consideration continued to 5/29/74. ' 



5. Reso}ution cancelling real property taxes levied on Christ Bearers 
for fiscal years 1971-72 and. 1972-73, Block 1101, Lot 27, 1363 
Divisadero Street. File 10-74-7.1. '(Controller) 

ACTICN: Consideration continued to 5/29/74. 

6. Resolution cancelling real property taxes levied on San Francisco 
County Medical Society Trustees for fiscal year 1972-7 3, Block 
llll.^L'ot 3. File 10-73-24. (Assessor) 

ACTION: Recommended. i 



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7. Resolution authorizing acceptance of certain mini park areas within 
Western/Addition Area A-2. File 11-74-1. (Real Estate) 



5/15/74 Consideration continued to 5/22/74. 
ACTION: Consideration continued to 6/5/74. 

Resolution cancelling real property taxes levied on and refunding 
taxes tp Paciiiic Medical Center, Inc. for fiscal year 1972-73 on 
Block/637, Lot 18. File 15-74-1. (Assessor) 

ACTION: Recommended. 



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9. Resolutioorapproving Immediate filling of vacated position of 

Stationary Engineer, Sewage Plant. File 31-74-12. (Civil Service) 

ACTION: Tabled. 



10. Resolution accepting two grants from California Arts Commission 
to Art Commission for the Filipino Creative Center and the China- 
town Council for Performing and Visual Arts. File 38-74-20. 
(Art Commission) 

Recommended . 

11. Resolution approving settlement of unli tigated 'claitr.swfxKBgeixg-y- 
KfigeA against City and County. b.vxpa.yKejiixn£xi$SQ3xx File 48-74-3; 
(City Attorney) Transaraeri ca , Inc. $5,312.50 

/ Kagel & Kayel 900.00 

ACTLCN : Recommended. 



12. Resolution authorizing compromise of claims of various plaintiffs 
against City and County. File 48-74-4. (City Attorney) 

■iargaret Fischer $4,000.00 

Benjamin Oporto 823.50 

Miriam Spivock 950„00 

Recommended. .* 

13. Resolution authorizing compromise and settlement and claim of 
City and County against Laurence Ball by acceptance of $800. 
File 49-74-6. (City Attorney) 





ACTxCiN : Recommended. 

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14. ' Resolution authorising compromise of claim of City and County 

against Gaffncy & Co., Inc. by acceptance of $1,000. File 49-74-7. 
(City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

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15. Resolution confirming award of. Marshall Square automobile parking 
lease. /File 63-74-3. (Real Estate) 

Recommended. 

16. Resolution authorizing Chief Administrative Officer and Director 
of Public, VJorks to execute financial settlement agreement with 
Southern/Pacific Transportation Co. pursuant to abandonment of 
Fourth /Street Overcrossing Project. File 85-74-2. (Public Works) 

ACTION* Recommended. 

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17. Resolution Authorizing execution of amendment to agreement with 
California 7 Department of Transportation for abandonment of con- 
struction' of Fourth Street Overcrossing Project. File 85-74-3. 
(Public/Works) 

Recommended . 

18. Resolution authorizing Mayor to enter into amendment of contract 
with California Office of Criminal Justice Planning for project 
entitled' ' Police Youth Program". File 121-74-24. (Police 
Department) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to 5/29/74. 

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Finance Committee 5/22/74 

19. Resolution authorizing correction of certain erroneous assessments 
in 1973.-72, 1972-73 and 1973-74 assessment rolls, reducing taxes; 
Schedule PP 4702. (Assessor) File 192-74-2. 

ACTION: Recommended. 

20. Resolution transferring jurisdiction from Department of Public 
Works to Bard of Education of portion of Lot IS, Assessor's Block 
6657, for/addition to Fairmount School site. File 292-74. (Mayor) 

Consideration continued to 5/22/74. 

Recommended. 

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21. Resolution' authorizing County Clerk to apply for and accept from 
Office of' Criminal Justice Planning an extension of Grant No. 
A- 1540/72 entitled ^Reorganization of the County Clerk's Office". 
File / 320-74. (County Clerk) 

Recommended. 
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22. Resolution/approving extension of work furlough cooperative agree- 
ment between State and City and County to provide for participa- 
tion of /State prisoners in San Francisco work furlough and local 
detention program for period 7/1/74 to 5/30/75. File 324-74. 
(Aduiy Probation Department) 

Consideration continued to 5/29/74. 

Resolurion authorizing Director of Public Health to pnhmi«- ppplica- 
ticn to U.S. Department: oi Health, Education and Welfare for grant 
funds for improvement of emergency medical services. File 331-74. 
(Publ^f Health) 

Recommend "Do pass after amendment." Proposed amendment 
provides for authorization to sign and submit '.applications 
to other public and private agencies if City & County funds 
not required. 

24. Resolution declaring and determining that public interest and 
• necessity demand the submission of a bond issue in the amount of 
$4 million for acquisition, construction or completion of fire 
protection systems, Fire Department buildings, equipment, property 
and structures. File 333-74. (Fire Department) 



ACTION: Consideration continued to 5/29/74. 

25. Ordinance appropriating $35,955, Public Library, for operation, 
equipment and capital improvement. File 101-73-99.2. (Controller) 

/ Recommend "Do pass after amendment'' Proposed amendment is as 
ACTION: follows: line 7, reduce to $20,500; 1. 10, delete $575; line 
/ 11, delete $580; line 12, reduce to $20,500; in title, reduce 
f total appropriation to $20,500. 

26. Ordinance appropriating $2,367 for permanent salaries and mandatory 
fringe benefits, and rescinding $2,240 from permanent salaries 
appropriation for reclassification of one position, Public Library, 

1 73-152. (Controller) 

Consideration continued to 5/22/74. 
Refer to Civil Service. 

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32. 




Ordinance amending Annual Salary Ordinance, 1973-74, reflecting 
establishment of one new classification with salary schedule there- 
for, and allocation of one position, Archives Section, Pub]ic 
Library. /Companion measure to File 101-73-152. File 102-73-61. 
(Civil Service No. 63). 

Consideration continued to 5/22/74. 

Refer to Civil Service. 

Ordinance ^appropriating $1,240, Retirement System, for equipment; 
rescinding $1,240, Retirement System, fixed charges. File 
101-73-^54.1. (Separated from F-101-73-164 in Board) 

ACTLON: Consideration continued to 5/29/74. 

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Ordinance appropriating $1,029,129 for operation and equipment; 
rescinding $836,307 from various appropriations, Community Mental 
Health Services, Public Health. File 101-73-175. (Controller) 

ACT! ON : Re c ornme nd e d . 

Ordinance appropriating $15,000, Redevelopment Agency, for Urban 
Renewal Fund Drive; $5,200, Real Estate, for maintenance and 
operation, Auditorium and Brooks Hall; $4,700, Purchaser, for 
contractual' services; $133,600, Water Department, for contractual 
services/ materials and supplies,- and fixed charges. File 
101-7 3rl76. (Controller) 

Appropriations $15,000, Redevelopment Agency, and $6,200, 
Real Estate, separated and continued to 5/29/74; total 

/appropriation reduced to $138,300. Balance of appropriation 
recommended. 
Ordinance/appropriating $508,740 for operation, equipment and 
c^pitaL/iuipjLOveiuunt; rescinding $505, 74u rrcm permanent salaries, 
Airpor/t security and compensation reserve, flnprooriations. Airport 
Operating Fund. File 101-73-177. (Controller)" 

Recommended. 




ACTION : 



propriating $2,850, Public Defender, for auto equip- 
Sheriff, for holiday pay; $5,500, Tax Collector, 
services; $2,572, Public Works - Street Cleaning, 
; rescinding $2,672 from wages appropriation, an 
re. File 101-73-178. (Controller) 

Recommended . 



33. Ordinance appropriating $429,609 for operation and equipment, 

various departments, rescinding $140 from contractual services, 
City Planning and $140, 8 JO from permanent salaries - Civilian, 
Police Department. File 101-73-179. (Controller) 



City Planning, fees and other compensation 
Police Dept., holiday pay, uniformed force 

and civilian 
Sheriff, materials and supplies, protective 

equipment 
California Academy of Sciences, non-personal 

services 
Fine Arts Museums, contractual services, 

transfer to 3.695.231.621 
War Memorial Art Ntweum', contractual services 

transfer to 3.695.231.692 
Municipal Railway Operating, materials and 
/ supplies . 181.788 

/ Appropriation $6,050, Fine Arts Museums and $3,065, War 
ACTJON: Memorial, separated and continued to 5/29/74; unappropriated 

balance, General Fund, reduced to $280,556; total appropriation 
-reduced to $420,494.- 4 - ^^aJLs~**~*-*- '. ' teo*^ 



$ 140 

140,800 

91,961 

5,605 

6,-050 

3,065 



Finance Committee 5/22/74 

34. Ordinance Authorizing settlement of litigation of Lillian McKee 
against/City and County by payment of $9,000. File 45-74-12. 
(City Attorney) 

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ACTION: Recommended. 



35. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various plaintiff: 
against City and County. File 45-74-13. (City Attorney) 

Bernadette Baleun $2,000 and dismissal 

of cross-complaint 
Annie L. Blair 1,000 

Joel A. Ensana 2,500 

Harlan Schrader 2,500 and waiving Statute 

/ of Limitations 

Francis Schwann and 
/ James Somers £25 

ACT/. ON: Recommended. 



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36. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of City and County 
agains^/Digna Bustillo by acceptance of $3,750, and dismissal 

of litigation. File 46-74-1. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

37, Communication from Hildebrand, McLeod & Kelson, Inc., Attorneys, 
transmitting application of Michael R. Hicks for leave to present 
late clayd against City and County for $3 million. File 50-74-24. 

5/15/7w Cicy Attorney recommends denial. 

ACTION: Denied. Ordered filed. 



38. Communication from Timothy Lee Brooks requesting leave to present 
late claim against City and County for $750. File 50-74-26. 

5/15A74 City Attorney recommends denial. 

ACTION: Denied. Ordered filed. 



39. Communication from City Attorney advising that he does not intend 
to appeal decision of Court ordering that certain safety equipmert 
used by Deputy Sheriffs r.iust be furnished by City and County, and 
additionally ordering reimbursement for such items purchased by 
any Deputy Sheriff within the last three years unless directed 
to do sp'by Board of Supervisors. File 145-74. (City Attorney) 

ACTIPK: Noted and ordered filed. 



40. Ordinance appropriating $89,478 for mandatory fringe benefits, 
Municipal Railvcay. File 101-73-171.1. (Separated from F-101-73-171 
in Finance Committee.) 

/Recommend "Do pass after amendment . Proposed amendment is 
ACTIOPf: as follows: reduce unappropriated balance, mandatory benefits 
/ and total appropriation to $38,175.49. 

41. Ordinance appropriating $670 for maintenance find repair of auto 
equipment-;' Public Defender; an emergency measure. File 101-73-180. 
(Controller) 

/ Recommend "Do pass after amendment". Proposed amendment is as 
ACTION: follows: reduce unappropriated balance, maintenance and repair 
of auto equipment and total appropriation to $500. 



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DOCUMENTS 

CALENDAR '° 

Meeting of 

•^ FINANCE COMMITT EE g^N franc.sco 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday^. May 29, 1974, 2:00 P.M. Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder. 

Absent: Supervisor Nelder on items 1-11; Supervisor Molinari on items 25 
and 26. 

1. Resolution authorizing release of lien on property at 425 Valley 
Street, San Francisco, owned by Mrs. James Pandolfi. File 
3-73-12. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

2. Resolution cancelling real property taxes levied on Christ Bearers 
for fiscal years 1971-72, 1972-73 and 1973-74, at 1363 Divisadero 
Street. File 10-74-7. (Controller) 

(Block 1101, Lot 1) 
5/22/74 Consideration continued to 5/29/74. 

ACTION: Recommended. 

3. Resolution cancelling real property taxes levied on Christ Bearers 
for fiscal years 1971-72 and 1972-73 at 1363 Divisadero Street. 
File 10-74-7.1. (Controller) 

(BlLock 1101, Lot 27) 
ACTION' Recommended. 

4. Resolution accepting grant of $20,000 from National Endowment for 
the Arts for use by Art Commission for Neighborhood Arts Program. 
File 38-74-21. (von Beroldingen) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

5. Resolution accepting $2,425 from United Bay Area Crusade for use 
by Department of Social Services in providing day care services 
for children in Western Addition. File 38-74-22. (Social Services 

ACTION: Recommended. 

6. Resolution authorizing acceptance of $7,000 from San Francisco 
Foundation for use by Department of Social Services for rehabili- 
tation services for mentally retarded adults. File 38-74-23. 
(Social Services) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

7. Resolution authorizing Mayor to enter into amendment of contract 
with California Office of Criminal Justice Planning for project 
entitled "Police Youth Program". File 121-74-24. (Police 
Department) 

5/22/74 Consideration continued to 5/29/74. 
ACTION: Recommended. 



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Finance Committee 5/29/74 

8. Resolution authorizing Mayor to apply for and accept Federal 
funds for Summer Youth Employment Program. File 121-74-25. 
(Mayor) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

9. Resolution approving annual increment and filing of application 
for financial assistance for Neighborhood D^-.'eloDment Program, 
No. Calif. A-5. File 230-74-5. (Redeveloping Agency) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

10. Resolution approving extension of vork furlough cooperative 
agreement between State end City and County tr provide for 
participation of State prisoners ir, San Frareisco work furlough 
and local detention prcavram frr period July I, 1974, to June 30, 
1975. File 324-74. (Adalt Probation Department) 

5/22/74 Consideration continued to 5/29/74. 

ACTION: Recommended. 

11. Resolution declaring and determining that public interest and 
necessity dem£nd tha submission of a bond issue in the amount of 
$4 million for the acquisiticu, construe ion or completion of fire 
protection systems, Fire Department buildings, equipment, property 
and structures. File 333-74. (Fire Department) 

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ACTION: Recommended. 

12. Resolution authorizing Coroner to apply for and accept funds from 
Office of Criminal Justice Planning for project entitled "Drug 
Abuse in Criminal Deaths in San Francisco". File 337-74-1. 
(Mayor) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to 6/5/74. 

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13. Resolution ratifying fiSKSHXiaaiXHic agreement and appointment of 
Federal Legislative Representative for City and County. File 
340-74. (Mayor) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

14. Ordinance appropriating $1,240, Retirement System, for equipment; 
rescinding $1,240, Retirement System, fixed charges. File 
101-73-164.1. (Separated from F-101-73-164 in Board) 

5/22/74 Consideration continued to 5/29/74. 

ACTION: Recommended. 

15. Ordinance appropriating $15,000, Redevelopment Agency, for Urban 
Renewal Drive; $6,200, Real Estate, for maintenance and operation, 
Auditorium and Brooks Hall. File 101-73-176.1. (Separated from 
F-101-73-176 in Finance Committee) 

5/22/74 Consideration continued to 5/29/74. 

ACTION: Recommended. 

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Finance Committee 5/29/74 

16. Ordinance appropriating $6,050, Fine Arts Museums, for contrac- 
tual services, transfer to account no. 3.695.231.621; $3,065, 
War Memorial Art Museum, for contractual services, transfer to 
account no. 3.695.231.692. File 101-73-179.1. (Separated from 
F101-73-179 in Finance Committee) 

5/22/74 Consideration continued to 5/29/74. 

ACTION: Consideration continued to 6/5/74. 

17. Ordinance approving renewal of lease and agreement for operation 
of concessions in San Francisco Zoological Gardens and Fleish- 
hacker Playfield. File 62-74-4. (Recreation and Park) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

18. Ordinance authorizing and approving lease of Lot 51, Block 4219, 
to California Committee on Regional Medical Programs, a non- 
profit corporation. File 65-74-1. (Real Estate Department) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

19. Ordinance amending Administrative Code to authorize acceptance 

of gifts, devises and bequests of objects of art or other articles 
by Board of Trustees of Fine Arts Museums. File 305-74. (City 
Attorney) 

(Amends Section 10.20) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

20. Request that hearings be held on proposed San Bruno development 
and City's contract to supply water and sewage services. File 
271-74. (Feinstein) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to 6/5/74 as Special Order at 
2:00 p.m. 

21. Communication from San Francisco Coalitibn for the Removal of 
Architectural Barriers for an appropriation of $120,000 to fund 

a program for ramps at crosswalks in major business areas in San 
Francisco for use of the physically handicapped. File 685-73. 
(von Beroldingen) 

ACTION: Filed. 

22. Communication from F. Theodore Kitt requesting release of lien 
recorded by Department of Social Services for aid rendered to 
Andy Lee, deceased. File 3-74-6. 

5/13/74 From Social Services, recommending denial. 

ACTION: Denied. Ordered filed. 



ADDITIONAL CALENDAR 
Finance Committee May 29, 1974 

23. Ordinance appropriating $13,700, Public Library, for operation; 
rescinding $13,700 from library and reference books and mandatory 
fringe benefits appropriations. File 101-73-181. (Controller) 

ACTION: Appropriation $5,000, revolving fund, separated and continued 
to 6/5/74; total appropriation reduced to $8,700. Recommended 
balance of appropriation. 

24. Ordinance appropriating $455,674, Social Services, for special 
circumstance payments - aged, blind and disabled programs; an 
emergency measure. File 101-73-182. (Controller) 

ACTION: Recommended. 



25. Resolution authorizing Mayor to apply for and accept financial 
assistance from U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development 
for planning and management activities. File 121-74-26. (Mayor) 

ACTION: Recommended. 

26. Resolution authorizing acceptance of Lot 1 in Assessor's Block 
4794 and the entire Assessor's Block 4805. File 38-73-46. (Real 
Estate) 

5/22/74 Consideration continued to 5/29/74. 

ACTION: Recommended. 



CALENDAR city Librarian 

M „. - SF Public Library 

Meeting of civic Center 

FINANCE COMMITTEE San Franc isco 94102 
Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, June 5, 1974, 2:00 p.m. Room 228, City Hall 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder. 

SPECIAL ORDER. 2:00 P.M. 

1. Request that hearings be held on proposed San Bruno development 
and City's contract to supply water and sewage services. File 
271-74. (Feinstein) 

5/29/74 Consideration continued to 6/5/74 as S.O. , 2 p.m. 

ACTION: Consideration continued to a Special Order, 5:00 p.m., 
on date to be set by Supervisor Feinstein. 

REGULAR CALENDAR 

2. Resolution authorizing acceptance of certain mini park areas 
with Western Addition Area A-2. File 11-74-1. 

5/22/74 Consideration continued to 6/5/74. 

ACTION: Consideration continued to June 12. 

3. Resolution authorizing compromise of claims of City and County 
against various defendants. File 49-74-8. (City Attorney) 

Carpenter-Paterson, Inc. $2,089.84 

Carla Landi 4,166.00 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

4. Resolution authorizing reimbursement for damaged or stolen per- 
sonal property of City and County employees. File 51-74-2. 

Laguna Honda Hospital 

Miriam Wilson eyeglasses $40.75 

Public Health 

Eric Sachnoff shirt WrO^ 0.00 

Willie Wortham wristwatch band 9.50 

Recreation and Park 

Jack J. Amsden jacket and 

flashlight WrT* 25.00 
Sisto Delucchi jacket 27.50 

Juvenile Court 

Lawrence F. Caldwell shirt and pants 30.00 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 

5. Resolution authorizing Director of Public Health to apply for and 
accept funds from the United States Department of Health, Educa- 
tion and Welfare for support of an ambulatory health center. 
File 160-74-5. (Public Health) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

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Finance Committee 6/5/74 

6. Resolution authorizing Coroner to apply for and accept funds 
from Office of Criminal Justice Planning for project entitled 
"Drug Abuse in Criminal Deaths in San Francisco". File 337-74-1. 
(Mayor) 

5/29/74 Consideration continued to 6/5/74. 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED. 

7. Ordinance appropriating $6,050, Fine Arts Museums, for contrac- 
tual services, and -$3,065, War Memorial Art Museum, for contrac- 
tual . services. File N 101-73-17971. (Separated from F-101-73-179 
in Finance Committee) 

5/29/74 Consideration continued to 6/5/74. 

ACTION- Fine Arts Museums reduced to $4,500. To Board with 
Recommendation "Do Pass After Amendment." 

8. Ordinance appropriating $5,000 for revolving fund and rescinding 
$5,000 from library and reference books, Public Library. File 
101-73-181. 1. (Separated from F- 101-73-181 in Finance Committee) 

5/29/74 Consideration continued to 6/5/74. 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED. 

9. Ordinance appropriating $367,436.70 for Court ordered retroactive 
salaries and retroactive wages, various departments; rescinding 
$49,367.05 from various appropriations, various departments. 
File 101-73-183. (Controller) 

Adult Probation, retroactive salaries $ 2,328.88 

Art Commission, retroactive salaries 63.76 

Assessor, retroactive salaries 2,870.84 

City Attorney, retroactive salaries 2,650.00 

City Planning, retroactive salaries 1,981.53 
Civil Service Commission, retroactive 

salaries and wages 2,797.11 

Controller, retroactive salaries 3,036.27 
Controller - EDP, retroactive salaries 

and data processing services, Water Dept. 4,150.24 

Emergency Services, retroactive salaries 196.89 

District Attorney, retroactive salaries 2,776.94 

Fire Department, retroactive salaries 791.05 
Human Rights Commission, retroactive 

salaries 299.44 

Mayor, retroactive salaries 466.55 

Parking Authority, retroactive salaries 47.78 
Board of Permit Appeals, retroactive 

salaries 19.97 

Police Department, retroactive salaries 7,057.25 

Public Defender, retroactive salaries 1,386.24 
Social Services, retroactive salaries 32,402.83 
Single Men's Rehabilitation Center, 

retroactive salaries 162.98 

Sheriff, retroactive salaries and wages 7,207.21 

Board of Supervisors, retroactive salaries 571.07 
Assessment Appeals Board, retroacgive 

salaries 176.99 

Treasurer, retroactive salaries 371.19 
Juvenile Court, retroactive salaries and 

wages 9,055.00 
County Agricultural Commission, retroactive 

salaries 250.49 
California Academy of Sciences, retroactive 

salaries and wages 878.84 
Chief Administrative Officer, retroactive 

salaries 153.89 

Coroner, retroactive salaries 1,144.44 



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85.54 
379.64 

66.08 
769.68 



814.11 

008.26 

498.22 

55.34 

714.13 



9. Finance and Records, County Clerk, 

cont. retroactive salaries $ 1,811.33 

Finance and Records, Director's Office, 

retroactive salaries 
Electricity, retroactive salaries 1, 

Farmer's Market, retroactive salaries 
Public Administrator, retroactive salaries 
Real Estate, retroactive salaries, expenses 
in connection with acquisition and sale of 
property, and reserve for overhead 
Auditorium and Brooks Hall, retroactive 

salaries and wages 1, 

Recorder, retroactive salaries 
Records Center, retroactive salaries 
Registrar of Voters, retroactive salaries 
Tax Collector, General Office, retroactive 

salaries 2,103.25 

Tax Collector, Hotel Tax Division, retroactive 

salaries 44.44 

Weights and Measures, retroactive salaries 116.75 
Purchasing, Main Office and General, retro- 
active salaries 2,316.36 
Purchasing, Shops, reserve for overhead 1,473.97 
Reproduction, reserve for overhead 214.70 
Public Works, retroactive salaries and wages, 
reserve for overhead, and retroactive 
salaries - FACE Program, US Housing and 
Development 47,049.30 
Public Health, retroactive salaries and 

wages 115,499.91 

Fine Arts Museums of S. F. , retroactive 

salaries and wages, and tenant's overtime 2,964.62 
Public Library, retroactive salaries and 
wages, and temporary salaries Bay Area 
Reference Council 6,977.62 

Recreation and Park, Marina Yacht Harbor 

Fund, retroactive salaries 166.92 

Recreation and Fark, General Division, 

retroactive salaries and wages 27,993.87 

Camp Mather, retroactive salaries and wages 506.67 
Road Fund, retroactive salaries 2,750.36 

War Memorial, retroactive salaries and wages 1,149.27 
Bureau of Light, Heat and Power, retroactive 

salaries 428.41 

Employees Retirement System, retroactive 

salaries and temporary salaries - Compensa- 
tion Division 1,632.94 
Health Service System, retroactive salaries 637.50 
Public Utilities Commission, General Office, 

retroactive salaries 672.43 

S. F. Airport Operating, retroactive salaries 

and wages, and engineering service 9,121.58 

S. F. Municipal Railway, retroactive salaries 26,602.26 
S.F. Water Operating, retroactive salaries 

and wages 15,428.06 

Hetch Hetchy Operating, retroactive salaries 

and wages 4,723.19 

S.F. Port Commission, retroactive salaries 
and wages, and temporary salaries (Work 
Order) 4,364.12 



ACTION: RECOMMENDED, 



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10. Ordinance amending Administrative Code to establish a San 
Francisco Police Officers' Athletic Fund. File 482-73. (Police 
Commission) 

(Adds Sec. 10.117-11) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO JUNE 19 AT REQUEST OF POLICE COMMISSION. 

11. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of City and County 
against Dennis Smith and Mark Container Corporation by acceptance 
of $750.00, and authorizing dismissal of litigation. File 
46-74-3. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

12. Ordinance amending Administrative Code providing for comment on 
audit of books of Controller, and requiring Controller to report 
to Board of Supervisors. File 341-74. . (City Attorney) 

(Adds Sec. 10.7-1) 
ACTION : RECOMMENDED. 

13. Request that hearings be held to investigate the number of City 
automobiles in operation and how they are used in order to 
determine whether or not their use could be reduced, to assist 
in budget deliberations, and to formulate policy should gasoline 
rationing be instituted. File 684-73. (Molinari) 

ACTION: FILE upon response from Municipal Railway. 

14. Communication from Melita Vella requesting release of lien 
recorded by Department of Public Health for care and treatment. 
File 3-74-1. (Pelosi) 

5/8/74 Consideration continued to 6/5/74. 

ACTION: Filed upon advice of Dept. of Public Health to deny request 

15. Communication from Port Commission requesting Port Director to 
apply for and accept funds from State Department of Parks and 
Recreation for use of the Wharf J-3 Public Access Area Project. 
File 342-74-2. 

ACT ION : RECOMMENDED . 

16. Ordinance amending Administrative Code increasing Public Library 
revolving fund to $10,000. File 250-74. (Public Library) 

(Amends Sec. 10.155) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



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Wednesday, June 12, 1974 Room 228 City Hall, 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 

Absent: Sup. Molinari on Items 3, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 14, 17, 18, 

19, 20, 21, 22, 23. 

1. Resolution declaring and determining that public interest and 
necessity demand the submission of a bond issue in the amount of 
$4,000,000 for the acquisition, construction or completion of fire 
protection system, Fire Department buildings, equipment, property 
and structures. File 333-74. (Fire Dept.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

$321,192 

2. Ordinance appropriating $321, %fb for operation and equipment, 
various departments. File 101-73-188. (Controller) 

(Social Services, Fire Dept., Electricity, Retirement System) 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITH RECOMMENDATION "DO PASS AFTER AMENDMENT. ,, 
Amendment will be: Reduce Social Services holiday pay 
from $528 to $397. 

3. Ordinance appropriating $25,562 for operation, various departments; 
rescinding $11,262 from permanent salaries - janitorial, Real Estate 
Dept., and from temporary salaries - Keepers, Sheriff; an emergency 
ordinance. File 101-73-185. (Controller) 

(Sheriff, Coroner, Real Estate) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

4. Ordinance appropriating $157,907 for operation and equipment, 
various departments. File 101-73-184. (Controller) 

(Social Services, Art Commission, Coroner, Real Estate, 
Purchasing, Public Works, S.F. General Hospital, Public Library, 
Recreation and Park Dept., Road Fund.) 

ACTION* A^ Commission, Purchasing and Public Library separated and 
continued one week. TO BOARD WITH RECOMMENDATION "DO PASS 
AFTER AMENDMENT. " Amendment: Increase Rec. & Park by $20,000, 

5. Resolution authorizing lease of real property at 555 Polk Street 
required as administrative offices for the Dept. of Public Health's 
Community Mental Health Services. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

6. Ordinance appropriating $1,001,568 for operation; rescinding 
$579,572 from Aid to Families with Dependent Children (1972-73) 
appropriation, Social Services Dept. File 101-73-190. (von 
Beroldingen) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 



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7. Ordinance appropriating $15,000 for wages - Directors, Recreation 
and Park Dept. File 101-73-187. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

8. Resolution accepting gifts from various donors for use by the 
Recreation and Park Dept. File 38-74-24. (Recreation and Park) 

(From Sophia Brownell: path bordering lake in Strybing Arboretum; 

estimated cost, $3500. 
(From anonymous donor: rehabilitation of Children's Playground 

in honor of Mary Connolly, $40,000.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

9. Resolution accepting gift of seven-year old gelding from Mr. Wayne 
Piersol for use by the Police Dept. File 38-74-25. (Police 
Commission) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

10. Communication from Psychological Services, Inc., offering gift of 
office space in the Mission District for use by the staff of the 
Chief Probation Officer, at an approximate value of $400 per month. 
File 38-74-18. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. City Attorney to prepare appropriate 
- - resolution. 

11. Ordinance appropriating $17,700 for litigation and claims expense, 
City Attorney's Office; an emergency ordinance. File 101-73-186. 
(Controller) 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITH RECOMMENDATION "DO. PASS AFTER AMENDMENT." 
Amendment will be: Delete emergency clause. 

12. Ordinance appropriating $811 for temporary salaries, County Clerk's 
Office; an emergency ordinance. File 101-73-191. (Molinari) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

13. Ordinance appropriating $40,835 for temporary salaries and mandatory 
fringe benefits, County Clerk's Office; an emergency ordinance. 
File 101-73-192. (Molinari) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

14. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
Public Defender Investigator, Public Defender's Office. File 
31-74-13. (Public Defender) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to June 19 for testimony of 
Civil Service representative. 

15. Resolution authorizing Port Director to apply for and accept funds 
from the State Department of Parks and Recreation for development 
of public access area at Warm -Water Cove. File 342-74-1. (Port 
Commission) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



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16. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to accept and expend Federal funds 
for a Comprehensive Manpower Program. File 121-74-27. (Mayor) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

17. Resolution authorizing acceptance of certain minipark areas within 
the Wester Addition Area A-2. File 11-74-1. (Real Estate Dept.) 

(Consideration continued on 6-5-74 to 6-12-74.) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to June 19. 
(Calendar as Item #2.) 

18. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation pertaining to the 
estate of and accepting money given by the will and codicil of 
Josephine Weisman. File 46-74-2. (von Beroldingen) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

19. Application of Volunteer Auxiliary of Youth Guidance Center for 
leave to present a late claim against the City and County. 
File 50-74-25. (Juvenile Court) 

(City Attorney recommends approval.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

20. Application of Maria Lensky for leave to present a late claim 
against the City and County. File 50-74-27. 

(City Attorney recommends denial.) 

ACTION: Denied. FILE. 

21. Application of Anna Rae for leave to present a late claim against 
the City and County. File 50-74-28. 

(City Attorney recommends denial.) 

ACTION: Denied. FILE. 

22. Application of Walter 5X Markam for leave to present a late claim 
against the City and County. File 50-74-29. (City Attorney) 

(City Attorney recommends denial.) 

ACTION: Denied. FILE. 

23. Motion directing Clerk of the Board to submit a supplemental 
appropriation request in the amount of $8,064 for temporary 
salaries. File 69-74-6. 

ACTION: TABLED. 



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Wednesday, June 19, 1974 Room 228 City Hall, 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 

Sup, Molinari present on Items 2-11, 16-21 & 36-39. 

1. Ordinance appropriating $1,001,717 for medical services and care, 
Community Mental Health Services; rescinding $1,001,717 from various 
appropriations, Community Mental Health Services, Public Health Dept. 
File 101-73-193. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

2. Ordinance appropriating $223,000 for administrative expenses - 
Yerba Buena Center, Chief Administrative Officer. File 101-73-194. 
(Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. (With a Motion in Board to place a hold 

on the funds for 90 days.) 

3. Ordinance appropriating $114,097 for operation, equipment and 
capital improvement, various departments; rescinding $5,700 from 
various appropriations, various departments. File 101-73-195. 
(Controller) 

(Fire Dept., Public Works — Building Inspection, Capital Improvement* 
Public Health — Emergency Medical Services, Laguna Honda Hospital; 
1970 Water Pollution Control Bond.) 

TO BOARD WITH RECOMMENDATION "DO PASS AFTER AMENDMENT." 
ACTION: Amendment will be: Reduce Fire Dept. Maintenance to $26,000; 
reduce Public Works Bldg. Insp. Equip, to Class IX auto; 
reduce Laguna Honda Hospital Drugs to $20,000. 

4. Ordinance appropriating $1,357 for wages and mandatory fringe 
benefits, various departments, and adjustment of wage schedules, 
effective July 1, 1973, to provide additional rates of pay for 
Sheet Metal Worker and related classes; rescinding $333 from wages 
appropriation, Recreation and Park. File 101-73-196. (Controller) 

(Public Works, Recreation and Park, Port Commission.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

5. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1973-74, by adjusting 
wages schedules to provide additional rates of pay for Sheet Metal 
Worker and related classes, effective July I, 1973, various depart- 
ments. File 102-73-33. (Civil Service No. 84) (A companion 
measure to File 101-73-196.) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

6. Ordinance appropriating $3,547, and rescinding $9,712, various 
departments, to provide rates of pay for operating engineer, universal 
pile driver engineman, and other related classes, effective July 1, 
1973. File 101-73-197. (Controller) 

(Rescinding: Public Works, Recreation and Park, Municipal Railway, 

Port Commission. 
(Appropriating: Airport Operating, Water Operating, Hetch Hetchy 
Water & Power.) 



7. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1973-74, to provide 
rates for pay for operating engineer, universal, Piledriver engine- 
man, and other related classes, effective July 1, 1973; various 
departments; a companion measure to File 101-73-197. 
File 102-73-84. (Civil Service No. 85.) 

ACTION : RE CO!" ENDED . 

8« Ordinance rescinding $52,033, various departments, to provide rates 
of pay for locksmith, carpenter and other related classes, effective 
July 1, 1973. File 101-73-198. (Controller) 

(Public Works, Public Library, Recreation and Park, Airport, 
Municipal Railway, Water Operating, Hetch Hetchy Water & Power, 
Fort Commission.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

9. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1973-74, to provide 
rates of pay for locksmith, carpenter and other related classes, 
effective May 1, 1974, various departments; a companion measure to 
File 101-73-198. (Civil Service No. 94.) File No. 102-73-90. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

10. Ordinance appropriating $26,848 ? San Francisco Water Operating Fund, 
for reclassification of 2 positions of operations analyst and 
surveyor's field assistant, creation of new positions and abolish- 
ment of existing positions, regardless of rates of pay involved, 
when respective duty statements are not closely related, effective 
July 1, 1974; rescinding $33,504 from permanent salaries, wages and 
mandatory fringe benefits appropriations. File 101-74-4. 
(Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

11. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1974-74, reflecting 
addition of 2 operations analysts and abolishment of 2 surveyor's 
field assistants, pursuant to recommendations of the general 
classification survey and subsequent actions of the Civil Service 
Commission; effective July 1, 1974, Water Department; a companion 
measure to File 101-74-4. File 102-74-4. (Civil Service No. 5) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

12. Ordinance appropriating $12,461, Juvenile Court, for redistribution 
of 2 positions of clerk typist with no change in class titles or 
rates of pay. File 101-74-5. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

13. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1974-75, reflecting 
additions and abolishments of position of clerk typist, with no 
change in class titles or rates of pay, effective July 1, 1S74, 
Juvenile Court; a companion measure to File 101-74-5. File 102-74-5. 
(Civil Service No. 4.) 

ACTION: RECO:: ENDED. 

14. Ordinance appropriating $6,643, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, 
for reclassification of position of addressing machine operator to 
junior clerk typist at same or lower rate of pay, effective July 1, 
1974; rescinding $6,657 from permanent salaries appropriation. 
File 101-74-6. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



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15. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1974-74, reflecting 
additions and abolishments of certain positions; reclassifications 
changing class titles to related existing class titles at same or 
lower rate of pay, effective July 1, 1974, Fine Arts Museums of 
San Francisco; a comnanion measure to File 101-74-6. File 
102-74-6. (Civil Service No. 1) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

16. Ordinance appropriating $550,344, various departments, for 
reclassification of 59 positions, changing titles to new titles at 
a higher rate of pay, effective July 1, 1974; rescinding $543,645, 
from permanent salaries and mandatory fringe benefits appropria- , . 
tions, various departments. File 101-74-7. (Controller) 

(Police Dept., Registrar of Voters, Public Works, Public Health) 

Registrar of Voters separated and continued 1 week. TO BOARD. 
ACTION: Remainder RECOMMENDED. 

17. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1974-75, reflecting 
additions and abolishments of certain positions; reclassifications 
changing class titles to new titles at a higher rate of pay, 
effective July 1, 1974, various departments; a companion measure 

to File 101-74-7. File 102-74-7. (Civil Service No. 3) 

ACTION: Sec. 255010, Registrar of Voters, separated and continued 
1 week. Remainder RECOMMENDED. 



18, 



Ordinance appropriating $165,672, various departments, for reclass- 
ification of 13 positions, changing class titles to related 
existing class titles at a higher rate of pay, effective July 1, 
1974; rescinding $140,465 from permanent salaries and mandatory 
fringe benefits appropriations, File 101-74-8. (Controller) 

(Human Rights Commission, Police Dept., Sheriff, Juvenile 
Court, Public Health, Fine Arts Museums, S.F. Water 
Operating Fund, Port Commission.) 

ACTION- P° rt Commission and Human Rights Commission separated and 
continued i week< Remainder RECOMMENDED. 

19. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1974-75, reflecting 
additions and abolishments of certain positions; reclassifications 
changing class titles to related existing class titles at a higher 
rate of pay, effective July 1, 1974, various departments; a 
companion measure to File 101-74-8. File 102-74-8. (Civil 
Service No. 2) 

ACTION: Sec. 147010, Human Rights Commission, and Sec. 775010, 
Port Commission, separated and continued 1 week. 
Remainder RECOMMENDED. 

20. Ordinance appropriating $535,214, various departments, for reclass- 
ification of 46 positions, changing class titles to new class 
titles at the same or lower rate of pay, effective July 1, 1974; 
rescinding $538,772 from permanent salaries and mandatory fringe 
benefits appropriations, various departments. File 101-74-9. 
(Controller) 

(Mayor, Juvenile Court, Public Health, Recreation and Park Fund, 
Airport Operating Fund, Water Operating Fund.) 

aptton- Mayor, Recreation and Park, and Airport separated and 
j.uin. continued 1 week. Remainder RECOMMENDED. 

21. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1974-75, reflecting 
additions and abolishments of certain positions; reclassifications 
changing class titles to new class titles at the same or lower rate 
of pay, effective July 1, 1974, various departments; a companion 
measure to File 101-74-9. File 102-74-2. (Civil Service No. 6) 



ACTION ; 



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22. Ordinance appropriating $239,428, various departments, for addition 
and abolishment of 23 positions, effective July 1, 1974; rescinding 
$259,047 from permanent salaries, wages and mandatory fringe 
benefits appropriations. File 101-74-10. (Controller) 

(Adult Probation, Juvenile Court, California Academy of 
Sciences, Purchasing, Public Health, Recreation and Park 
Fund, Port Commission) 

ACT ION : RECOMMENDED . 

23. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1974-75, various 
departments, reflecting additions and abolishments of certain 

?ositions, effective July 1, 1974; a companion measure to File 
01-74-10. File 102-74-9. (Civil Service No. 8) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

24. Ordinance appropriating $88,600 for gasoline storage tanks, vapor 
recovery facilities, various locations, Public Works; an emergency 
measure. File 101-73-199. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

25. Resolution authorizing acceptance of gift of real property from 
Drake Builders, Inc., for use by the Department of Public Works 
for widening of Army Street. File 38-74-26. (Real Estate) 

ACT ION : RECOMMENDED . 

26c Resolution authorizing lease of real property at 1182 Market Street 
for use by the City Demonstration Agency. File 64-74-13. (Real 
Estate Dept.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

27. Resolution authorizing lease of real property at 298 Monterey Blvd. 
for use by the Department of Public Health's Mission Mental Health 
Center-West as a neighborhood outpatient facility. File 64-74-14. 
(Real Estate Dept.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

28. Resolution authorizing cancellation and correction of certain real 
and personal property taxes for the fiscal years 1972-73 and 
1973-74. File 10-74-1. (Assessor) 

(Synanon Foundation, Inc., 2240 - 24th St. 
Roman Catholic Orphan Asylum of S.F., 607 - 29th Ave. 
, " " r ' " " 202 University St. 
Lycee Francaise de San Francisco, 834 - 2Cth Ave. 
Walden House, Inc.. 101 Buena Vista Ave., East 
Community Children's Center, Inc., 979 Clay St. 
NE Community Mental Health Services, Inc., 121 Leavenworth St.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

29. Request of Mr. Timothy Lee Brooks to reopen his application to 
present a late claim against the City and County for property 
damage in the amount of $750.00. File 50-74-26. 

(Request denied by Committee 5-22-74 on advice of City Attorney.) 
ACTION: FILED. 



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30. Resolution authorizing adjustment of inventories of various City 
and County Departments to reflect loss of personal property. 
File 17-74-1. (Purchaser) 

(Losses of Public Library and Recreation and Park Dept.) 

ACTION: Recreation and Park Dept. losses recommended. 
Public Library inventory continued to June 26. 

31. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by adding Section 
10.117-11 thereto, establishing a San Francisco Police Officers' 
Athletic Fund. File 482-73. (Police Commission) 

(6-5-74: Consideration continued to June 19.) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to June 26 at request of 
Police Commission. 

32. Resolution authorizing settlement of unlitigated claim of 
Vera P. Birdies against the City and County in the sum of 
$801.67. File 48-74-5. (Police Commission) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

33. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various 
plaintiffs against the City and County. File 45-74-14. 
(City Attorney) 

(John Clyde Brown $93,000 

Beatrice Chitman and Herbert Cade 4,500 

James Hunt 10,000 

Jane Jacobsen 850 

Jacob Pelsinger 9,500 

Anita Ruiz 650 

Thomas Shelbua 770 

Thelma Mae Inglehart 500) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

34. Ordinance appropriating $51,107 for extra duty - Uniformed Force, 
and rescinding $51,107 from permanent salaries - Civilian, Police 
Department. File 101-73-200. (Nelder) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

35. Ordinance appropriating $73,596 for contractual services and 
materials and supplies, Police Department. File 101-73-201. (Nelder' 

ACT ION : RECOMMENDED . 

36. Ordinance appropriating $225,086 for permanent salaries and 
mandatory fringe benefits for the creation of 13 positions, 
Sheriff's Office; Court ordered. File 101-73-202. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. (To be held for Civil Service amendment 

of Annual Salary Ordinance.) 

37. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
Public Defender Investigator, Public Defender's Office. File 
31-74-13. (Public Defender) 

(6-12-74: Consideration continued to June 19. 
To be heard as Item No. 1.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



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38. Resolution authorizing acceptance of certain minipark areas within 
the Western Addition Area A-2. File 11-74-1. (Real Estate Dept.) 

(6-12-74: Consideration continued to June 19. 
To be heard as Item No. 2.) 

ACTION: Substitute resolution presented in Committee by City Attorne} 
"Accepting offer of Redevelopment Agency to develop mini-part 
in Western Addition, etc." RECOMMENDED. 

39c Ordinance appropriating $2,212 for operation and equipment, 
various departments. File 101-73-184.1. (Controller) 

Art Commission Contractual Services $ 350 
Purchasing Holiday Pay 212 

Public Library Compensation Insurance 1,650 

(6-12-74: Consideration continued to June 19.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

40. Ordinance appropriating $165,000 for operation, Fire Department; 
an emergency ordinance. File 101-73-203. (Controller) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

41. Ordinance appropriating $64,228 for operation, Juvenile Court; 
an emergency ordinance. File 101-73-204. (Controller) 

ACTION: 



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Wednesday^ .June 26, 1974 Room 228 City Hall, 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 

1. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code to establish a Revolving 
Fund of $500 for the Fire Department, effective July 1, 1974. 
File 358-74. (Fire Dept.) 

(Adds Sec. 10.144.5.) 

ACTION: tECOMSMHU). 



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Resolution accepting gift of $1,250 from "Re-Entry Counselors/EDD 
(Pre-Release Employment Project for use by the Sheriff. 
File 38-74-27. (Feinstein) 



ACTION: RECttttENDED. 

3. Resolution authorizing adjustment of inventories of various City 
and County departments to reflect loss of personal property. 
File 17-74-1. (Purchaser) 

(Bell & Howell movie projector $574.00 

Sony cassette tape recorder 94.00 

Kodak carousel slide projector 191.00 

Sony TV monitor 1,485.00) 

ACTION: RECQfWENDCD. 

4. Ordinance appropriating $3,780 for wages and mandatory fringe 
benefits to provide rates of pay for Pileman and Piledriver 
Foreman, effective May 1, 1974; San Francisco Port Commission. 
File 101-73-205. (Controller) 

(6-6-74: Port reports funds available; no funding necessary.) 
ACTION: RBCOtttEMDED. 

5. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1973-74, to provide 
rates of pay for Pileman and Piledriver Foreman, effective May 1, 
1974, Port Commission; a companion measure to File 101-73-205. 
File 102-73-92. (Civil Service No. 95.) 

ACTION: KECOMENDZD. 

6. Ordinance appropriating $55,000 for fuels and modification of 
storage tanks, Purchasing. File 101-73-206. (Controller) 

ACTION: TABLED. (Controller advised this la too late. 
Purchaser will re-submit oeaaure.) 

7. Resolution authorizing leases of real property, various locations, 
for use by the Department of Public Health. File 64-74-16. 

(Real Estate Dept.) 

ACTION: 



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8. Resolution authorizing execution of new leases and extension of 
existing leases of real property, various locations, various 
departments. File 64-74-17. (Real Estate Dept.) 



ACTION: 



RECOMMENDED. 



9. Ordinance authorizing amendment to lease between the City and 
County and Golden Gate Equestrian Centre, Ltd., to provide for 
installation of portable stalls in Golden Gate Park and charges 
therefor. File 62-74-5. (Recreation and Park Dept.) 

ACTION: RE -REFER TO JOINT FINANCE AMD PLANNING, HOUSING AMD 

DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE. Ml— U FOR HEARING JULY 24. 

10. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Health to apply for 
and accept funds from the State of California for nursing services 
to senior citizens. File 160-74-6. (Public Health Dept.) 



ACTION: 



RECOMMENDED. 



11. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Health to apply for 
and accept funds from the U. S. Department of Health, Education 
and Welfare to improve medical services to inmates at San 
Francisco County Jails and City Prison. File 160-74-7. 

(Public Health Dept.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

12. Resolution authorizing execution of Amendment No. 1 to Grant 
Agreement for Federal Aid Airport Program Project No. 9-04-034-7028 
for development of San Francisco International Airport. 

File 27-74-5. (Mayor) 



ACTION: 



RECOMKESDED. 



13. Resolution authorizing execution of Amendment No. 3 to Grant 
Agreement for Federal Aid Airport Program Project No. 9-04-03&-6622 
for development of San Francisco International Airport. 

File 27-74-6. (Mayor) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

14. Resolution cancelling real property taxes levied on Church of St. 
Mary the Virgin, 2325 Union St., for the fiscal year 1973-74. 
File 10-73-26. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

15. Resolution cancelling real property taxes levied on Thelma Arms, 
Inc., 1240 Fillmore St. for the fiscal year 19.73-74. 

File 10-74-11. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

16. Resolution cancelling real property taxes levied on El Bethel Arms, 
Inc., 1025 Fillmore St., for the fiscal year 1973-74. 

File 10-74-12. (Controller) 

ACTION: 



Finance Committee June 26, 1974 



17. Request of June Atherton, Administratrix of the Estate of Harry 
Starling, requesting cancellation of penalty and cost on taxes 
for the fiscal year 1973-74 on Lot 23, Block 503. File 15-74-2. 

(Tax Collector recommends denial of request.) 
ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO JULY 10. 

18. Communication recommending denial of application of Leonard J. 
Cosky for leave to present a late claim against the City and 
County in the amount of $141.23 for property stolen from a towed 
vehicle. File 50-74-31. (City Attorney) 

(Unless acted upon on or before July 15, 1974, the application 
will be deemed denied by operation of law.) 

ACTION: DfHIED. FILE. 

19. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various 
plaintiffs against the City and County. File 45-74-15. 
(City Attorney) 

(James E. Moore $2,500.00 

N. R. Patel 1,009.84) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

20. Resolution authorizing compromise of claims of the City and County 
against various defendants. File 49-74-9. (City Attorney) 

(Joel Ikler, Joseph Ikler and Ikler Trucking $1,500. 
Rose Cab Co. 350. 

Nicholas Stabile and Bricker Towing 700.) 

ACTION: *BCa**BB«>, 

21. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1974-75, reflecting 
additions and abolishments of certain positions, and creation of 
positions funded through interdepartmental work orders by various 
departments, effective July 1, 1974. File 102-74-3. (Civil 
Service No. 7) 

(City Attorney, City Planning, Mayor, Purchasing) 
ACTION: W5C0MMEHDKD. 

22. Ordinance appropriating $28,439 for and rescinding $26,885 from 
permanent salaries and mandatory fringe benefits appropriations 
for the reclassification of 1 position pursuant to recommendations 
of the Civil Service Commission; changing title to a new title at 
a higher rate of pay, Registrar of Voters; effective July 1, 1974. 
File 101-74-7.1. (Controller) 

(6-19-74: Separated and continued for hearing 1 week) 

ACTION : BSCOIMirtiBKD. 

23. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1974-75. reflecting 
addition and abolishment of certain position; reclassification 
changing class title to new title at a higher rate of pay, effec- 
tive July 1, 1974, Registrar of Voters; a companion measure to 
File 101-74-7.1. File 102-74-7.1. (Civil Service No. 3) 

ACTION : 



Finance Committee June 26, 1974 



24. Ordinance appropriating $21,941, Human Rights Commission and Port 
Commission, for reclassification of 2 positions; changing class 
titles to related existing class titles at a higher rate of pay, 
effective July I. 1974; rescinding $20,981 from permanent salaries 
and mandatory fringe benefits appropriations. File 101-74-8.1. 
(Controller) 

(6-19-74: Separated and continued for hearing 1 week.) 

ACTION: * 

25. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1974-75, reflecting 
additions and abolishments of certain positions; reclassifications 
changing class titles to related existing class titles at a higher 
rate of pay, effective July 1, 1974; Human Rights Commission and 
Port Commission; a companion measure to File 101-74-8.1. File 
102-74-8.1. (Civil Service No. 2) 

ACTION: MCOMBOCO. 

26. Ordinance appropriating $147,142 for and rescinding $143,738 from 
permanent salaries and mandatory fringe benefits appropriations for 
the reclassification of 7 positions, changing class titles to new 
class titles at the same or lower rate of pay, effective July 1, 
1974; Mayor, Recreation and Park Fund, San Francisco Airport 
Operating Fund, File 101-74-9.1. (Controller) 

(6-19-74: Separated and continued for hearing 1 week.) 

ACTION: ^^ 

27. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1974-75, reflecting 
additions and abolishments of certain positions; reclassifications 
changing class titles to new class titles at the same or lower rate 
of pay, effective July 1, 1974, Mayor, Recreation and Park Fund, 
S.F. Airport Operating Fund; a companion measure to File 101-74-9.1 
File 102-74-2.1. (Civil Service No. 6) 

UCOtMDOeD. 
ACTION: 

28.. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1973-74, to correct 
a clerical error providing for adjustment of rate of pay for 
Assistant Transportation Division Superintendent, Municipal Railway 
File 102-73-95. (Civil Service No. 97) 

ACTION: ^^^ 

29. Ordinance approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
Managing Director, War Memorial. File 31-74-14. 

MOaMDHD. 

ACTION: 

30. Resolution accepting gift of 3/4 ton Ford pickup truck valued at 
$2,000; and construction of bamboo fencing Strybing Arboretum, 
and redwood strip facade for tool house valued at $2,000, for use 
by Recreation and Park Department. File 38-74-28. (Recreation 
and Park Dept.) 

U09MDMB. 

ACTION: 



Finance Committee June 26, 1974 



31. Resolution cancelling taxes on Block 3767, Lot 13, acquired by the 
State of California. File 24-74-4. (Assessor) 

ACTION: 

32. Resolution cancelling taxes on Block 1214, Lot 8, acquired by the 
State of California. File 24-74-5. (Assessor) 

ACTI0N: | Hill. 

33. Resolution cancelling taxes on property at 222 Second Avenue owned 
by the California Province of the Society of the Sacred Heart for 
the fiscal year 1973-74. File 10-74-3. (Assessor) 

ACTI0N: KXCOMMSMDBD. 

34. Resolution cancelling taxes on property at 2800 Scott Street owned 
by the Republic of Indonesia, for the fiscal year 1973-74. 

File 15-74-3. (Assessor) 

ACTION: 

RECOMMENDED. 

35. Resolution authorizing waiver of one-year statute of limitations to 
permit New Providence Baptist Church to file late claim for refund 
of building permit fees. File 23-74-1. (City Attorney) 

ACTI0N: RECOMMENDED. 

36. Resolution waving the statute of limitations with respect to pay- 
ment of certain warrants of the City and County issued to Muriel 
S. Ballard in the total sum of $3,583.22. File 23-74-3. 
(Retirement System) 



ACTION: 



COHSIDBJUXION COWT1MUED TO JULY 10. 



37. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code to establish a 
San Francisco Police Officers' Athletic Fund. File 482-73. 
(Police Commission) 

(6-19-74: Consideration continued to June 26.) 
ACTION: TABUB). (Withdrawn by Police Cocraission.) 

OrF-CALENDAft : 

38. Request of Mr. Hart la Snipper, Director, Art Commission, for 
release on "hold" placed on Revenue Sharing Fund* allocated to 
the Art Coanlasion, as follows: 

Architect's fees for cost estimates for subdividing 
Pier 2, Fort Mason. Golden Gate National Recreation 
Area. SI, 500 

Two large Gestetner machines to print posters. 3,546.45 

ACTION: Request appro ved by Coamlttee. Controller notified. 



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City Librarian 
SF Public Library 
Civic Center 
San Francisco 94102 



Meeting of 
FINANCE COMMITTEE UUUUlVlt 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

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PUBLIC LIE 

Wednesday, July 10, 1974 Room 228 City Hall, 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 

1. Request for reappropriation of $4,000 from Strong Motion Instrumen- 
tation funds to provide equipment and temporary personnel for 
operation of the Central Permit Bureau. File 359-74. (Dept. of 
Public Works) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO JULY 17. 

(Mr, Goldberg to confer with Controller.) 

2. Resolution accepting gift of $5,000 from United Bay Area Crusade 
for use by the Dept. of Social Services in providing day care 
services for mentally retarded children. File 38-74-29. (Dept. 
of Social Services) 

First Resolved clause, line 20, amended to insert, after 
ACTION: "Social Services," the words "for services provided March 
through June 19/4 for." Delete "in providing." 
RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 

3. Resolution approving and authorizing execution of a Federal grant 
contract for a Miltilingual Port Receptionist Project (Work Study) 
at the S?n Fr ar ""< .^n TntpmaMnnal Airnort. File 27-74-7. (Mayor) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

4. Resolution approving and authorizing execution of a Federal grant 
contract for a Miltilingual Port Receptionist Project (Visitor 
Service Representatives) at the San Francisco International Airport, 
File 27-74-8. (Mayor) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

5. Ordinance amending Section 16.610 of the Administrative Code by 
adding the National Council of Community Mental Health Centers as 
a departmental membership of the Department of Public Health. 
File 26-74-2. (Dept. of Public Health) 

ACT ION : RECOMMENDED „ 

6. Resolution approving immediate filling or: vacated position of 
Courtroom Clerk. File 31-74-15. (Dept. of Finance and Records) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

7. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
Senior Law Clerk. File 31-74-16. (Dept. of Finance and Records) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. n , .„ 

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8. Resolution waiving the statute of limitations with respect to 
payment of certain warrants of the City and County issued to 
Muriel S. Ballard. File 23-74-3. (Retirement System) 

(6-26-74: Consideration continued to July 10.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

9. Ordinance appropriating $85,940 from compensation insurance, 
Office of Safety and Health Administration; rescinding $85,940 
from compensation insurance, Employees' Retirement System. 
File 101-74-11. (Controller) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO JULY 24. 

10. Resolution authorizing acquisition of certain easement in San Mateo 
County from Fred and Barbara Howard, for Crystal Springs Bypass 
Aqueduct Tunnel. File 391-74. (Real Estate Dept.) 

ACT ION : RECOMMENDED . 

11. Resolution authorizing correction of certain erroneous assessments 
in the 1973-74 Assessment Roll, Schedule R.E. 7406. File 192-74-3. 
(Assessor) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

12. Request of June Atherton, Administratrix of the Estate of Harry 
Starling, for cancellation of penalty and cost on taxes for the 
fiscal year 1973-74 on Lot 23, Block 503. File 15-74-2. 

(Tax Collector recommends denial rf request.) 
(6-26-74: Consideration continued to July 10.) 

ACTION: FILED. 

13. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various 
plaintiffs against the City and County. File 45-74-17. 
(City Attorney) 

(Jocie Robinson $2,125 

Emily B. Reed 1,500 

Lavern Brooks 300) 

ACTION: Reed case separated and continued 1 week. 
Remainder RECOMMENDED. 

14. Resolution authorizing compromise of claim of the City and County 
against various defendants. File 49-74-10. (City Attorney) 

(Frederick Barnes $1,220.00 
Jack R. Schroth 3,333.33.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

15. Communication from Bay Area Sewage Services Agency submitting its 
1974-75 budget and advising that San Francisco County's apportion- 
ment is $82,225.00. File 348-74. 

ACTION: Noted and ordered FILED. 



Finance Committee July 10, 1974 



16. Ordinance appropriating $2,367 for permanent salaries and mandatory 
fringe benefits a^d rescinding $2,240 from permanent salaries 
appropriation for i_Se reclassification of position of Librarian II 
to City Archivist, Public Library. File 101-73-152. (Controller) 

(Controller has rescinded and voided certification of funds.) 

ACTION: TABLED. 

17. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1973-74, reflecting 
establishment of two new classifications with salary schedules 
therefor, and allocation of 1 position to each class, Archives 
Section, Public Library; a companion measure to File 101-73-152. 
File 102-73-61. (Civil Service No. 63.) 

(Public Library has withdrawn this request.) 

ACTION: TABLED 

18. Ordinance appropriating $2,349,025 and rescinding $2,030,273 for 
the reclassification of 187 positions, Public Works , Street 
Cleaning, effective July 1, 1972. File 201-72-45.1. (Controller) 

(Controller has rescinded and voided certification of funds.) 

ACTION: TABLED. 



SPECIAL ORDER - 5:00 P.M . 

19. Request for consideration of proposed San Bruno Mountain deveioD- 
ment and the City's involvement through a contract to supply water 
and sewage services. File 271-74. (Feinstein) 

(6-5-74: Consideration continued to July 10.) 

ACTION: Hearing held. 

Consideration postponed indefinitely. 



18-A. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1972-73, to 

reflect the consolidation of classification of 7530 Street Cleanser 
with 7514 General Laborer and establish a rate of pay therefor, 
effective July 1, 1972; a companion measure to File 201-72-45.1. 
File 200-72-16.1. (Civil Service No. 16) 

ACTION: TABLED. 



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Wednesday, , July 17, 1974 Room 228 City Hall, 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 

1. Ordinance calling and providing for a special election November 5, 
1974, for the purpose of submitting to the voters a proposed 
$4,000,000 bond issue for additions to and improvement of the fire 
protection systems in the City and County of San Francisco. 

File 333-74-1. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

2. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code to increase the Recrea- 
tion and Park Dept. revolving fund from $5,750 to $9,750. 

File 400-74. (Recreation and Park Dept.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED, 

3. Ordinance approving agreement between the United States of America 
and the City and County of San Francisco for the design and 
construction of an additional breakwater at the Marina Small Craft 
Harbor, and providing for payment of City's portion of the cost. 
File 401-74. (Recreation and Park Dept.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED o 

4. Resolution declaring intention to authorize and fund a position of 
Industrial Engineer-Shipbuilding Specialist for the Economic Re-Use 
of Hunters Point Naval Shipyard. File 402-74. (Mayor) 

Amended. Title: ''Declaring intention to authorize funding of a 
ACTION: personal service contract ror a City-funded position of 

Industrial Engineer-Shipbuilding Specialist for the economic 
re-use of Hunters Point Naval Shipyard." RECOMMENDED AS 
AMENDED. 

5. Resolution authorizing the Chief Adult Probation Officer to apply 
for and accept funds from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning 
for a project entitled "Bay Area Quest Program." File 158-74-3. 
(Mayor's Criminal Justice Council) 

ACTION: TABLED at request of Criminal Justice Council. 

6. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Health to apply for 
and accept Federal funds for construction of an Ambulatory Health 
Center for Southeast San Francisco. File 160-74-8. (Dept. of 
Public Health) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

7. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Health to apply for 
Federal funds for the Family Practice Residency Training Program. 
File 160-74-9. (Dept. of Public Health) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



Finance Committee July 17, 1974 



8. Resolution urging the Dept. of Public Works to prepare a $9,920 
supplemental appropriation request for City Hall restroom improve- 
ments for handicapped citizens using wheelchairs. File 101-74-12. 
(Molinari Kopp) 

Amended. Title to read: "Urging the Dept. of Public Works 
ACTION: to prepare a request for a supplemental appropriation for 

restroom improvements for handicapped persons in City Hall." 
RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 

9. Resolution requesting the Dept. of Public Works to include in its 
1975-76 budget monies for conversion of restrooms for access by 
the handicapped in City and County buildings. File 101-74-13. 
(Molinari) 

Ar.anded. Title: "Requesting DFW to include in its 1975-76 
ArTTON- b"dtet r.onies.for the conversion of restrooms and other archi 
UL • teccural burners ror cccess by the handicapped in City and 
County Buildings." RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 

10. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code to increase the fees 
for Initial Evaluations and Environmental Impact Reports, and to 
provide that the full costs of an environmental impact report 
prepared for a board, commission or department of the City and 
County shall be paid by such board, commission or department to 
the Dept. of City Planning. File 388-74. (City Planning Dept.) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO AUGUST 14 „ 

11. Ordinance appropriating $20,000, Social Services, for San Francisco 
Aid Retarded Children Day Care Preschool Program. File 101-74-14. 
(Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

12. Ordinance appropriating $7,022,300 for Capital Improvements , 1972 
Municipal Water Bond Fund, San Francisco Water Department. 

File 101-74-15. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

13. Ordinance appropriating $700,000 for Airport Maintenance Facility, 
Airports Commission, San Francisco International Airport. 

File 101-74-16. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

14. Resolution adjusting public parking rates and charges at 
Valle-jo Street Public Parking Facility. File 409-74. 
(Parking autnority) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

15. Request for reappropriation of $4,000 from Strong Motion Instru- 
mentation funds to provide equipment and temporary personnel for 
operation of the Central Permit Bureau. File 359-74. (Dept. of 
Public Works) 

(7-10-74: Consideration continued to 7-17-74.) 

ACTION: FILED at request of Dept. of Public Works. 

16. Resolution ordering annual audit of Controller's books. File 95-74. 
(Clerk of the Board) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



Finance Committee July 17, 1974 



17. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code by adding Article VIII (A) 
Section 10.49-5 thereto, designating the Bank of America, National 
Trust and Savings Association, as the clearing house representative 
of the City and County. File 408-74. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

18. Ordinance authorizing settlement of asphalt antitrust litigation 
of the City and County vs. Union Oil Co. by acceptance of $42,159, 
and authorizing the City Attorney to execute releases and settle- 
ment agreement with Douglas Oil Co. in consideration of the 
payment of $42,159. File 46-74-4. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: CCirriir.TID TO JULY 24. 

19. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various plain- 
tiffs against the City and County, and dismissal of cross-complaint. 
File 45-74-19. (City Attorney) 

Emily B. Reed $1,500 (Continued from 7-10-74) 

Gladys T. Bleyle 1,000 

Juan V. Ferreira 4,000 (+cross-complaint dismissal) 

Marian B. Mencke 300 

Virginia Pittman 500 

Lin Gentry 500 

Paul J. Langdon 1,000 

John P. McCloskey, Robert C. 

Hanson, Lee E. Thorn, 

Michael T. Oliver, James F. 500 each 

0'Donnell, Jr., David I. Tam, 

Robert L. Holder 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

20. Resolution authorizing compromise of claims of various plaintiffs 
against the City and County. File 48-74-6. (City Attorney) 

Pacific Gas and Electric Company $1,044.44 
Northwestern National Insurance 

Group 736.78 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. (Sup. Molinari excused from voting.) 

21. Resolution authorizing waiver of claim of the City and County 
against Virginia Petosis. File 49-74-11. (City Attorney) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

22. Resolution authorizing compromise and settlement of claims of the 
City and County against various defendants. File 49-74-12. 
(City Attorney) 

William Soukey $1,000.00 

William E. Roberge 933.33 
Frank Berlanga and 

Willie Berlanga 400.00 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 



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<M ' (t ' ' ' ' t '•' Meeting of nji ; i 

FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County 'of San Francisco 

Wednesday, July 24, 1974 Room 228 City Hall, 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 
(Sup«rvl»or Holinarl pr«««nt on Xtaa 1 only.) 

1. Ordinance approving first amendment of Lease between the City and 
County and the Golden Gate Equestrian Centre, Ltd., to provide for 
installation of portable stalls in Golden Gate Park, and to charge 
a fee therefor. File 62-73-5. (Recreation and Park Dept.) 

(6-26-74: Consideration continued to July 24, 1974.) 

ACTION: CONSIDFRATIOH COCTXJflOD TO CALL Of THE OUiR. 

2. Ordinance appropriating $85,940 for compensation insurance, Office 
of Safety and Health Administration; and rescinding $85,940 from 
compensation insurance, Employees' Retirement System. 
File 101-74-11. (Controller) 

(7-10-74: Consideration continued to July 24, 1974.) 
ACTION: CONSIDERATION COHTXKUED TO JULY 31. 

3. Resolution accepting monetary gifts from various donors to provide 
matching cash funds for various projects. File 38-74-30. 
(Mayor's Office of Criminal Justice Council) 

ACTION: EECOM«W*D. 

4. Resolution fixing price for San Francisco Traffic Code; superseding 
price set forth in Resolution No. 672-72. File 56-74-2. 
(Purchaser) 

(Increases price from $3.93 to $4.05.) 
ACTION: ttCOreafflttD. 

5. Applications of Elijah S. N. Moore for leave to present late claims 
against the City and County in the sums of $100,140 and $83 million, 
Files 50-74-30 & 50-74-30.1. 

(City Attorney recommends denial. Unless acted upon on or before 
July 22 these applications will be deemed denied by operation 
of law.) 



ACTION: 



FILED. 



Application of Blanche Hill for leave to present a late claim 
against the City and County in the sum of $16,991.50. 
File 50-74-33. (City Attorney) 

(City Attorney recommends denial.) 

FILED. 
ACTION: '"~~* 



Finance Committee July 24, 1974 

7. Resolution accepting various gifts from various donors for use by 
the Recreation and Park Dept. File 38-74-31. (Recreation and 
Park Dept.) 

ACTION: RECOWEMDED. 

8. Ordinance amending the Building Code by amending Section 303. A 
thereof, relating to permit fees for construction, alteration and 
repair of buildings. File 359-74-1. (Public Works Dept.) 

ACTION: RECOMMDED. 

9. Ordinance authorizing settlement of asphalt antitrust litigation 
of the City and County vs. Union Oil Co. by acceptance of $42,159, 
and authorizing the City Attorney to execute releases and settle- 
ment agreement with Douglas Oil Co. in consideration of the 
payment of $42,159. File 46-74-4. (City Attorney) 

(7-17-74: Consideration continued to July 24.) 

ACTION: MCOHHEHDBD. 

10. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of Henriette 
Arrigotti against City and County for $20,000. File 45-74-20. 
(City Attorney) 

ACTION: KECOMffiKDEO. 

11. Resolution authorizing compromise and settlement of claim of 
Floyd Batiste against the City and County by the payment of the 
sum of $2,354.50. File 48-74-7. (City Attorney) 



ACTION : 



RECOfrMEHDED. 



12. Resolution authorizing compromise of claims of the City and County 
against various defendants. File 49-74-13. (City Attorney) 

Sidney Yanoff $2,333.33 

Heinz Roth 550.00 



ACTION: 



RECOMaaOKJ). 



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Meeting of 
FINANCE COMMITTEE 



San Francisco 94102 



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Board ot-§upervisors 
City and County of San Francisco ■ 

Wednesday, July 31, 1974 Room 228 City Hall, 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 
(ttup. Molinari absent en lt«mi #2 and 4A.) 

1. Request to consider the Summer Youth Program and its administration 
by the Director of Public Works. File 202-74-2. (Molinari) 

Director oi Public Works directed to (1) increase hiring of 
ACTION: voaon; (2) expend ell appropriated funds j (3) increase percent- 
age or Outer Mission empioyueiua. Consideretion continued 
to August 21, 1974, for progress report. 

2. Ordinance amending the Annual Appropriation Ordinance, 1973-74, to 
show certain revenue appropriation adjustments and expenditure 
appropriation adjustments, to reflect previous action of the Board 
of Supervisors, effective July 1, 1974. File 101-74-17. 
(Controller) 

ACTION: EKCOHMEWDED. 

3. Request to consider why the Federal Reserve Board has mandated that 
the City and County conduct clearing house business through a 
member bank, causing the City and County to lose substantial 
revenue from short-term investments by the Treasurer. 

File 408-74-1. (von Beroldingen) 

ACTION: FILED. 

4. Resolution accepting gift of $5,000 from the San Francisco 
Foundation for rehabilitation services for mentally retarded 
adults, for use by the Department of Social Services. 

File 38-74-32. (Social Services) 

ACTION: RECOMMEHDED. 

5. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept funds from 
the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for a project entitled, 
"Feasibility Study for Youth for Service Bureau and Coordinating 
Post Release Service Bureau." File 121-74-31. (Mayor's Criminal 
Justice Council.) 

ACTION: RECOttlENDED. 

6. Resolution authorizing the Chief Adult Probation Officer to apply 
for and accept funds from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning 
for a project entitled, "Bay Area Quest Program." File 158-74-3. 
(Mayor's Criminal Justice Council.) 



ACTION: 



RECOMMEHDED. 



Request of Congregation Beth Israel-Judea for cancellation of 
1972-73 taxes on property owned at 1930 Geary Blvd. File 15-72-24. 

(Assessor advises this property does not qualify for exemption.) 
ACTION- COMIOUAXKtti CONTINUED TO AUGUST 14, 1974. 



Finance Committee July 31, 1974 



8. Ordinance appropriating $85,940 for compensation insurance, Office 
of Safety and Health Administration; and rescinding $85,940 from 
compensation insurance, Employees' Retirement System. 

File 101-74-11. (Controller) 

(7-24-74: Consideration continued to July 31.) 

ACTION: City Attorn*? directed to prepare Administrative Cod* 
amendment. (He* below.) 

9. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various 
plaintiffs against the City and County. File 45-74-21. 
(City Attorney) 

Evelyn and Ralph Black $11,400 

Darin Kent 827 

Stella Mast 8,500 

W. John Miottel, Jr. 800 

Gary Leroy Murr 300 

ACTION: RBCOMMEMDCD. 

10. Resolution authorizing compromise and settlement of claim of the 
City and County against Barbara Raffetto and Raffetto and Sons by 
the acceptance of the sum of $541.82. File 49-74-14. (City Attorney 

ACTION: RBCOMftMDBD. (Sua. Kolinari abstaining from voting.) 



8. File 101-74-11: 

City Attorney directed to prepare Administrative Code amendment 
making it mandatory for departments to appoint an individual to 
have full responsibility for CAL/OSiU recordkeeping en a daily 
basis and to prepare a summary at the end of the year. On a 
nonthly basis, the departments must certify that this reporting 
has been complied with, with final responsibility vested in the 
Office of the CAO and Retirement Board. 






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Meeting of 

FINANCE COMMITTEE 



San Francisco 94102 



C£CT7SM ItlML, 



Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, August 14, 1974 Room 228 City Hall, 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 

1. Resolution accepting grant of $7,000 from National Foundation, Arts 
and Humanities, to the Art Commission for the Neighborhood Arts 
Program. File 38-74-35. (Art Commission) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

2. Resolution accepting gift of $3,745 from the Queen's Bench Founda- 
tion for research work on the crime of rape. File 38-74-34. 
(Mayor's Criminal Justice Council) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

3. Resolution accepting gifts from various donors for use by the 
Recreation and Park Department. File 38-74-33. (Recreation and 
Park Dept.) 

($3,000 from Atlantic Richfield Co., for the Jesse Owens Junior 
Track Classic's Inter-City Championship Meet; 

($1,200 from San Franciccc Examiner Benefit Fund, for youth 
golf activities.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

4. Request of Mayor, City of Pacifica, for storm drain studies and 
implementation of flood control devices at Sharp Park Golf Course. 
File 370-74. 

ACTION: FILED. 

5. Resolution authorizing acceptance of gift of the architectural 
construction of a pavilion in Hallidie Plaza under the Fifth Street 
North overpass from the sons and daughter of Benjamin H. Swig. 
(Real Estate Dept.) File 38-74-19. 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR. 

6. Resolution confirming sale of certain City-owned land. File 288-74- 
1. (Real Estate Dept.) 

(#1. S. Geneva and' Delano $ 8,^00 

#2. W. Geneva and Cayuga 8,100 

#3. N. Geneva 81' W. Howth 25,250 

#4. S. Kern and Brompton 30,000 

#5. S. Addison 75' W. Farnum 7,500) 

ArTTnM Parcel #4 separated and continued to September 4. 
auiUM. Remainder RECOMMENDED. 

7. Resolution authorizing sublease of office space at 1208 Market 
Street required by Department of City Planning. File 64-74-18. 
(Real Estate Dept.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



8. Request for reprinting of Building Code, with amendments. 
File 162-74rl. (Dept. of Public Works) 

(3-20-74: Purchaser estimated cost of printing 600-page 
Code would be $18,000.) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO SEPTEMBER 4. 

9. Request of Coast Counties Truck & Equipment Company for cancella- 
tion of Purchase Contract Order No. 77704 covering six shaft 
assemblies. File 434-74. 

(Purchaser recommends against cancellation.) 

ACTION: FILED. 

10. Request of Congregation Beth Israel-Judea for cancellation of 
1972-73 and 1973-74 real property taxes on property located at 
1839 Geary Blvd. File 15-72-24. 

(7-31-74: Consideration continued to August 14, 1974. 
Assessor recommends denial of request.) 

ACTION: SKKHHii CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO AUGUST 21. 

11. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code to increase the fees 
for initial evaluations and environmental impact reports; and to 
provide that the full costs of an environmental impact report 
prepared for a board, commission or department of the City and 
County shall be paid by such beard, commission or department to 
the Department of City Piannii.g. File 3b8-74. (City Planning) 

(7-17-7 7 : : Ccr.;idcr>^ticn continued to Au~ust 14 1974.) 

ACTION: Second Draft presented. RECOMMENDED. 

12. Ordinance appropriating $170,102, Employees Retirement System, for- 
permanent salaries and mandatory fringe benefits for the creation 
of 14 positions. File 101-74-19. (Controller) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO SEPTEMBER 4. 

13. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1974-75, reflect- 
ing the classification of 14 positions, Employees Retirement 
System; a como^iior. measure to File 101-74-19. File 1C2-74-14, 
(Civil Service No. 12) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO SEPTEMBER 4. 

14. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Health to submit 
application and accept funds from the U.S. Department of Health, 
Education, and Welfare for grant funds for support of an Ambulatory 
Health Center. File 160-74-10. (Dept. of Public Health) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

15. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Health to submit 
application and accept funds from the U.S. Department of Health, 
Education, and Welfare for grant funds to improve medical services 
to inmates at San Francisco County Jails and City Prison. 

File 160-74-11. (Dept. of Public Health) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



16. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Health to submit 
application and accept funds from the U.S. Department of Health, 
Education, and Welfare for grant funds for the Family Practice 
Residency Training Program. File 160-74-12. (Public Health Dept.) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

17. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Health to submit 
application and accept funds from Robert Wood Johnson Foundation 
for a grant relative to Pre-Hospital Emergency Care, and authoriz- 
ing the joining with other San Francisco organizations to seek 
this grant. File 160-74-13. (Dept. of Public Health) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

18. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Health to submit 
application and accept funds from the U.S. Department of Health, 
Education, and Welfare and other public and private agencies, for 
improvement of Emergency Medical Services. File 160-74-14. 
(Dept. of Public Health) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

19. Application of Frank Gaither and Audrey L. Humphries for leave to 
present a late claim against the City and County for $150,000. 
File 50-74-32. 

(City Attorney recommends denial. If not acted upon on or 
before August 14, 1974, application will be deemed denied 
by operation of law.) 

ACTION: DENIED. FILED. 



20. 



Application of John H. Hines, Jr., for leave to present a late 
claim against the City and County for $100,000. File 50-74-34. 

(City Attorney recommends denial. If not acted upon on or 
before Sept. 12, 1974, application will be deemed denied 
by operation of law.) 

ACTION: DENIED. FILED. 

21. Application of Douglas Morris for leave to present a late claim 
against the City and County for $25,000. File 50-74-35. 

(City Attorney recommends approval. If not acted upon on or 
before August 30, 1974, application will be deened denied 
by operation of law.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

22. Resolution authorizing compromise and settlement of claims of the 
City and County. File 49-74-15. (City Attorney) 

Dina and Gregory Dubenko $ 666.66 

Rosalind Richmond 3,833.33 

Phyllis Shichtman 806.66 

Bernadette WItbeck 4,000.00 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



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23. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation against the City 
and County and withdrawal of claim of lien. File 45-74-22. 
(City Attorney) 

Charles F. Nowak, a minor $17,500.00 and withdrawal 

of claim 
Ella W. Olson 3,000.00 

Pauline Sinibaldi 2,666.67 

Leona Wolff Bayer 2,500.00 

AfTTDN' Olson case separated and continued to August 21. 
u ' Remainder RECOMMENDED. 

24. Application of Gilbert J. Ford for leave to present a late claim 
against the City and County for $150,000. File 50-74-36. 

(City Attorney recommends denial. If not acted upon on or 
before Sept. 16, 1974, application will be deemed denied 
by operation of lav;.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO SEPTEMBER 4. 

25. Request of Marcos Gonzales for waiver of statute of limitations to 
permit filing of claim for refund of Building Permit fees. 

File 23-73-4. 

(Dept. of Public Works recommends denial; grading work 
has been performed.) 

ACTION: Resolution waiving statute of limitations to permit 

filing of claim for refund of permit fees prepared in 
and RECOMMENDED out of Committee. 

26 i Qrdlnanr>p amending the Annual Appropriation Ordinance for the 

fiscal year 1974-75 in order to show certain revenue appropriation 
adjustments and expenditure appropriation adjustments to reflect 
previous action of the Board of Supervisors, effective July 1, 
1974. File 101-74-20. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

27. Ordinance amending the Annual Appropriation Ordinance for the 
fiscal year 1974-75 in order to reflect the revenue appropriation 
adjustment and expenditure appropriation adjustments necessary to 
meet requirements for the fiscal year 1974-75, for platform 
employees under the provisions of Section 8.404 of the Charter. 
File 101-74-21. (Controller) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

28. Ordinance amending the Annual Appropriation Ordinance for the 
fiscal year 1974-75 in order to reflect the revenue appropriation 
adjustments and expenditure appropriation adjustments necessary to 
meet requirements for the fiscal year 1974-75, for the Police 
Department and the Fire Department under the provisions of 
SectiOn 8.405 of the Charter. File 101-74-22. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



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Meeting of San Francisco 94102 
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public library City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, August 21, 1974 Room 228 City Hall, 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 

1. Request of Congregation Beth Israel-Judea for cancellation of 
1972-73 and 1973-74 real property taxes on property located at 
1839 Geary Blvd. File 15-72-24. 

(8-14-74: Consideration continued to August 21. 

Assessor recommends denial of request.) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO SEPTEMBER 11, 1974. 

2. Ordinance appropriating $4,600 for hydrography; rescinding $4,600 
from fixed charges appropriation, Hetch Hetchy Project Fund. 
File 101-74-23. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

3. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1974-75, reflecting 
the classification of 13 new positions with salary schedules 
therefor, Sheriff's Department. File 102-74-11. (Civil Service #10' 

($225,086 appropriation ordinance approved July 3, 1974.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

4. Ordinance amending various ordinances to correct the necessary 
funding of various appropriations. File 101-74-24. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

5. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation against the City 
and County. File 45-74-23. (City Attorney) 

Ella W. Olson $3,000 (Continued from 7-14-74) 
Josephine Loughery 500 
Lorraine Miller 200 

Lola Milligan 500 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

6. Request to consider the Summer Youth Program and its administration 
by the Director of Public Works. File 202-74-2. (Molinari) 

(7-31-74: Consideration continued to August 21 for progress report.) 

ACTION: President of the Board to be requested to transfer this 
matter to Community Services Committee and combine with 
File 269-74. 

Mayor's Deputy for Social Programs requested to prepare 

preliminary plan for 1975 Summer Program. 



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Monday, August 26, 1974 Room 228 City Hall, 1:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 

1. Ordinance amending the Annual Appropriation Ordinance, 1974-75, 
to reflect certain revenue appropriation adjustments and expendi- 
ture appropriation adjustments necessary to meet requirements for 
the fiscal year 1974-75 under the provisions of Section 8.403 of 
the Charter: substituting for and correcting clerical errors in 
Ordinance 380-74. File lOi-74-18.1. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. (Sup. Molinari absent.) To Board Aug. 26. 

•\V^ ^' Ordinance amending the Annual Appropriation Ordinance, 1974-75, 
^)0^ ,a"lA giving effect to revenue changes pursuant to Section 6.208 of the 
^ ^ Charter; adjusting appropriation for Art Commission pursuant to 

Section 6.400 of the Charter; adjusting appropriation for the 
v.*^**- Ba y Area Air Pollution Control District; appropriating funds for 

^^^\c v salary adjustments of judges and court reporters in the Municipal 
*^ Court; appropriating funds for salary adjustments of court 

reporters in the Superior Court; adjusting appropriation for 
county share, Medi-Cal; as a prerequisite to the levy of a tax 
pursuant to Section 6.208 of the Charter. File 101-74-29. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. To Board September 3rd. 

3. Ordinance providing revenue and levying taxes for City and County 
purposes and for San Francisco Unified School District purposes 
and San Francisco Community College District purposes for the 
fiscal year ending June 30, 1975. File 74-74. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. Sup. von Beroldingen dissenting. 
To Board September 3rd. 

4. Ordinance appropriating $382,844 for Recreation Center for the 
Handicapped - Social Rehabilitation Training Program for Adults, 
Social Services; and rescinding $95,711 from Special Services - 
Handicapped Program, Recreation and Park. File 101-74-27. 
(Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. To Board August 26th. 

Presented in Committee by the Controller: 

5. Resolution directing the Controller to transfer Water Department 
surplus pursuant to Charter Section 6.407(e). 

(To reflect a transfer of surplus not in excess of $2,900,000 in 
the amendment to the Annual Appropriation Ordinance.) 

ACTION: Recommended. To Board September 3rd. 




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Board of .Supervisors 
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Wednesday, September 4, 1974 Room 228 City Hall, 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Netder 



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1. Resolution authorizing ballot argument favoring Proposition "A", 
$4,000,000 Bond Issue for additions to and improvement of the fire 
protection systems in the City and County of San Francisco. 

File 333-74-2. 

(City to pay cost of ballot argument.) 

ACTION: Resolution RECOMMENDED. Ballot Argument amended to add: 

"For specifics consult Report of Fire Dept., April 10, 1974." 

2. Resolution ordering the consolidation of the school district tax 
election of the San Francisco Unified School District, to be held 
on November 5, 1974, with the State-wide consolidated general 
election to be held on the same date, insofar as the territory in 
which said elections are to be held is the same. File 463-74. 
(von Beroldingen) 

(In summary, proposition is to lease building for use as a 
Centralized Nutrition Complex for Food Processing and 
Student Training and, for such purposes, to increase maxi- 
mum tax rate of the school district not to exceed 5c, to 
be effective from 1975 to 1995.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

3. Ordinance appropriating $15,922 for services of other departments 
for budget transfer to Purchasing, and rescinding $15,922 from Inter- 
departmental Work Order, Water Department; appropriating $536 for 
operation and rescinding $15,386 from permanent salaries and mandatory 
fringe benefits, Purchasing. File 101-74-25. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

4. Resolution approving agreement between City and the U.S. Postal 
Service, whereby the Postal Service agrees to lease Plot 11B at 
San Francisco International Airport for a term of 5 years for an 
Airmail Field Post Office parking facility. File 27-74-11. 
(Airports Commission) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

5. Ordinance appropriating $27^451 for contractual services and 
services of other departments, Public Works and Public Health 
Departments; rescinding $27,451 from permanent salaries appropria- 
tions, Public Works and Public Health Departments; abolishing 2 
positions, Public Health Department. File 101-74-28 (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

6. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1974-75, reflecting 
the deletion of 2 part-time positions of Physician Specialist, 
Dept. of Public Health; a. companion measiu-e to File 101-74-28. 
File 102-74-21. (Civil Service No. 19) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 



7. Ordinance appropriating $5,544 for Basic Skills Project, Juvenile 
Court Probation Office; an emergency ordinance. File 101-74-32. 
(Controller) 

(To provide LEAA-OCJP local -cash match" for 1st year funding.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

8. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1974-75, reflect- 
ing the establishment of one new classification of Senior Super- 
vising Probation Officer, Juvenile Court, with salary schedule 
therefor and allocation of 3 positions thereto, as approved in 
the 1974-75 budget. File 102-74-23. (Civil Service No. 21.) 

ACT ION : RECOMMENDED . 

9. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Health to designate 
space in Buildings 80 and 90, San Francisco General Hospital, for 
use by the Outpatient Department, and to make applications and 
accept funds for renovating this space. File 160-74-15. (Dept. 
of Public Health) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

10. Ordinance appropriating $265,506 for day care, County Maintenance 
of Effort, Social Services; rescinding $265,506 from various 
appropriations, Mayor and Social Services Department. 

File 101-74-30. (Controller) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

11. Ordinance appropriating $170,102 for permanent salaries and 
mandatory fringe benefits for the creation of 14 positions, 
Employees Retirement System. File 101-74-19. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

12. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1974-75, reflect- 
ing the classification of 14 positions, Employees Retirement 
System; a companion measure to File 101-74-19. File 102-74-14. 
(Civil Service No. 12) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

13. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1973-74, to provide 
rates of pay for locksmith, carpenter and other related classes 
subject to Section 8.403 of the Charter, effective July 1, 1973, 
various departments. File 102-73-85. (Civil Service No. 86) 

(A companion measure to File 101-73-198, Ord. 325-74, 
adopted July 3, 1974.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

14. Resolution accepting funds from the Law Enforcement Assistance 
Administration for use by the Civil Service Commission for the 
purpose of research for the forthcoming Police Officer examination. 
File 38-74-36, (Civil Service Commission) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 



15. Resolution amending public parking rates and charges at Ellis- 
O'Farrell Public Parking Facility so as to provide for parking 
of bicycles. File 450-74. (Parking Authority) 

(Proposed is 25c flat rate (24-hcur maximum) ) . 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

16. Resolution amending public parking rates and charges at Fifth and 
Mission Public Parking Facility so as to provide for parking of 
bicycles. File 451-74. (Parking Authority) 

(Proposed is 25c flat rate (24-hour maximum)). 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

17. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
Attorney, Tax Collector's Office, Dept. of Finance and Records. 
File 31-74-18. (Finance and Records) 

ACTION: TABLED. 

18. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
Principal Personal Property Auditor, Tax Collector's Office, 
Dept. of Finance and Records. File 31-74-19. (Finance & Records) 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITH RECOMMENDATION "DO NOT PASS." 

19. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
Assistant Chief Personal Property Auditor, Assessor. 

File 31-74-20. 'Assessor"* 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

20. Resolution authorizing correction of certain erroneous assessments 
in the 1970-71 Assessment Roll. File 192-74-4. (Assessor, #7410) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

21. Resolution authorizing correction of certain erroneous assessments 
in the 1972-73, 1973-74 and 1974-75 Assessment Rolls. 

File 192-74-5. (Assessor, #7411) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

22. Resolution authorizing transfer of certain assessments in the 
1974-75 Assessment Rolls. File 192-74-8. (Assessor, #7418) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

23. Resolution fixing Sept,' 30, 1974, as date of hearing of objections 
to correction of errors in the 1973-74 Assessment Roll, increasing 
taxes and requiring notice to Assessees. File 192-74-6.1. 
(Assessor, List 7413) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



24. Resolution fixing Sept. 30, 1574, as date of hearing of objections 
to correction of errors in the 1974-75 Assessment Roll, increasing 
taxes and requiring notice to Assessees. File 192-74-7.1. 
(Assessor, List RE 7416-1) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

25. Request for reprinting of Building Code with amendments. 
File 162-74. (Dept. of Public Works) 

(8-14-74: Continued to 9/4 for report from Purchaser.) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO SEPTEMBER 18. 

26. Request of Selig Chemical Industries to be relieved of contractual 
obligations under Purchasing Contract No. 83034 for janitorial 
supplies. File 428-74. 

(City Attorney recommends that request be denied.) 

ACTION: FILED. 

27. Resolution extending to September 23, 1974, the time for award of 
Department of Public Works Contract for Market Street Reconstruc- 
tion street furniture, Steuart St. to McCoppin St. File 61-74-5. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

28. Application of Gilbert J. Ford for leave to present a late claim 
against the City and County for $150,000 personal injuries. 
File 50 -1U -3ft. 

(City Attorney recommends denial of request. Application will be 
deemed denied by operation of law unless acted upon on or before 
September 16, 1974.) 

ACTION: FILED. 

29. Application of William L. Green, Jr., for leave to present a late 
claim against the City and County for $200,000 personal injuries. 
File 50-74-37. 

(City Attorney recommends denial of request. Application will be 
deemed denied by operation of law unless acted upon on or before 
October 4, 1974.) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO SEPTEMBER 11. 

30. Resolution authorizing compromise and settlement of claims of the 
City and County. File 49-74-2. (City Attorney) 

John A. Maher $1,500.00 
Jack Schroth 4,166.66 
Gary Gross 3,929.00 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO SEPTEMBER 11. 

31. Resolution authorizing settlement of unlitigated claim of State 
Farm Insurance Co. against the City and County in the sum of 
$666.50. File 48-74-8. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO SEPTEMBER 11. 



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32. Resolution confirming sale of certain City-owned land at southeast 
corner of Kern St. and Brompton Ave. File 288-74-2. (Real Estate 
Department) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

33. Resolution authorizing ballot argument favoring proposition of 
San Francisco Unified School District to increase the maximum tax 
rate, not to exceed 5c, for the purpose of providing a 
"Centralized Nutrition Complex for Food Processing and Student 
Training." File 463-74-1. (Board of Education) 

(Cost of argument to be paid by proponents.) 

ACTION: Resolution RECOMMENDED. 

Ballot Argument amended to restate sentence: "Present 
plans call for a $7.8 million nutrition center to be 
built by a nonprofit corporation, on District-owned 
property, at Egbert Avenue and Ingalls Street." 



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Board of -Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesdays/September 11, 1974 Room 228 City Hall, 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 
(Sup. Molinari absent on Items 1-4, 7 & 13.) 

1. Request of Congregation Beth Israel -Judea for cancellation of 
1972-73 taxes on property at 1930 Geary Blvd. File 15-72-24. 

(Consideration continued from August 22.) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO SEPTEMBER 18. 

2. Resolution cancelling taxes on property acquired by the United 
States Government, Block 4972, Lot 9. File 24-74-7. (Assessor) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO SEPTEMBER 18. 

3. Resolution authorizing correction of certain erroneous assessments 
in the 1973-74 and 1974-75 Assessment Rolls. File 192-74-9. 
(Assessor, PP 7415) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

4. Resolution authorizing correction of certain erroneous assessments 
in the 1974-75 Assessment Roll. File 192-74-10. (Assessor, 7422) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

5. Resolution authorizing lease of space at 814 Mission Street for use 
by the City Demonstration Agency. File 64-74-19. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: Alteration costs reduced from $5,000 to $3,000. 
RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 



6. 



Resolution authorizing the Public Library to apply for and accept 
State funds for improvement in library services. File 119-74-2. 
(Public Librarv"* 



(Public Library) 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

7, Ordinance appropriating $20,000 for Potrero Hill Neighborhood House 
Social Development Program, Social Services Department. 

File 101-74-36. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

8. Resolution authorizing reimbursement for damaged or stolen personal 
property of City Employees. File 51-74-3. 

(Juanita Cohen, Juvenile Court Personal property $-53- -9- 
Alton L. Walter Hetch Hetchy Eye glasses $62>$31.00 

ACTION: Amended as shown above. 

RECOMMENDED. TO BOARD SEPT. 23. 



9. Ordinance appropriating $2,700 for scavenger service, rescinding 
$2,700 from forage and feed appropriation, Log Cabin Ranch, 
Juvenile Court; an emergency measure. File 101-74-37. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

10. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Works to apply for 
and accept Federal funds for construction of a rockfall barrier 
on Sansome St. between Green and Filbert Sts. File 264-74-2. 
(Public Works Dept.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

11. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
Stationary Engineer, Sewage Plant, Dept. of Public Works. 
File 31-74-22. (Public Works Dept.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

12. Ordinance appropriating $1,111 for Rape Victimization Study, 
Mayor's Office; rescinding $1,111 from various appropriations, 
District Attorney's Office and Public Health Dept. 

File 101-74-35. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

13. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept Federal 
funds for project entitled "San Francisco Narcotics and Dangerous 
Drug Abatement and Training Project." File 121-74-32. (Police) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED, 

14. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept funds 
from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for a project 
entitled "Police Youth Diversion Program." File 121-74-33. 
(Criminal Justice Council) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

15. Ordinance amending Administrative Code Section 10.88, relating to 
Cash difference fund and Overage fund, to include members of the 
Police Department. File 477-74. (Police Commission) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO SEPTEMBER 18. 

16. Resolution authorizing acquisition of a certain easement in 
Tuolumne County for Early Intake-Moccasin Transmission Line. 
File 488-74. (Real Estate Dept.) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

17. Ordinance appropriating $100,000 for Court-Ordered expenditures; 
rescinding $100,000 from judgments and claims appropriation, 
Controller. File 101-74-39. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



18. Ordinance appropriating $16,363 for permanent salaries, Public 
Health and Water Departments; rescinding $15,716 from permanent 
salaries and mandatory fringe benefits appropriations, Public 
Health Department; abolishing 1 position, Public Health Department; 
creating 4 positions, Public Health and Water Departments. 

File 101-74-38. (Controller) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

19. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1974-75 to reflect 
the classification of three clerical positions in the Water 
Department; a companion measure to File 101-74-38. 

File 102-74-12. (Civil Service No. 11) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

20. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1974-75, to reflect 
the classification of 1 position and abolishment of 1 position, 
Department of Public Health; a companion measure to File 101-74-38. 
File 102-74-22. (Civil Service No. 20) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

21. Ordinance appropriating $609.25 for' retroactive wages due towage 
schedules adjustments, effective June 16, 1973, to provide rates 
of pay for locksmith, carpenter and other related classes subject 
to Section 8.403 of the Charter. File 201-72-131. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

22. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1972-73, by 
adjusting the wage schedules, effective June 16, 1973, to provide 
rates of pay for locksmith, carpenter and other related classes 
subject to Section 8.403 of the Charter; a companion measure to 
File 201-72-131. File 200-72-67. (Civil Service No. 70) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

23. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
Port Director, the Port Commission. File 31-74-21. (Mayor) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO SEPTEMBER 18. 

24. Application of William L. Green, Jr., for leave to present a late 
claim against the City and County for $200,000 personal injuries. 
File 50-74-37. 

(City Attorney recommends denial of request. Application will be 
deemed denied by operation of law unless acted upon on or before 
October 4, 1974. 

(Consideration continued from September 4.) 

ACTION: DENIED. FILE. 

25. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of Mark Schwarz, 

a minor, against the City and County for $7,500.00. File 45-74-24. 
(City Attorney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



Finance Committee September 11, 1974 

26. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of the City and 
County against Leo Wildman and Canadian Fur Co. by the acceptance 
of the sum of $3,500 and authorizing dismissal of litigation. 
File 46-74-5. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

27. Resolution authorizing compormise of claims of various plaintiffs 
against the City and County. File 48-74-8. (City Attorney) 

State Farm Insurance Co. $666.50 
Bow Hon Food Products 579.74 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

28. Resolution authorizing compromise and settlement of claims of the 
City and County. File 49-74-16. (City Attorney) 

John A. Maher $1,500.00 

Jack Schroth 4,166.66 

Gary Gross 3,929.00 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



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Meeting of San Francisco 94102 



SEP 2 4 1974 ' FINANCE COMMITTEE 

„r,*rr> Board of Supervisors 

SAN FRANCISCO,. f 

public LiBRAR gity and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, September 18, 1974 Room 228 City Hall, 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, - Nclde r 

1. Request for reprinting of Building Code, with amendments. 
File 162-74. (Public Works Dept.) 

(Continued from Sept. 4 for report of Purchaser.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO OCTOBER 2 FOR FURTHER REPORT OF PURCHASER. 

2. Request of Congregation Beth Israel-Judea for cancellation of 
1972-73 taxes on property at 1930 Geary Blvd. File 15-72-24. 

(Consideration continued from September 11.) 

ACTION: FILED PENDING REACTIVATION. 

3. Resolution cancelling taxes on property acquired by the United 
States Government, Block 4972, Lot 9. File 24-74-7. (Assesor) 

(Consideration continued from September 11.) 

ACTION: TABLED AT REQUEST OF ASSESSOR. 

4. Resolution authorizing correction of certain erroneous assessments 
in the 1974-75 Assessment Roll. File 192-74-9. (Assessor #7424) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

5. Resolution authorizing correction of certain erroneous assessments 
in the 197.0-71, 1971-72 and 1972-73 Assessment Rolls. 

File 192-74-10, (Assessor, #PP 7419) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

6. Resolution authorizing correction of certain erroneous assessments 
in the 1972-73 and 1974-75 Assessment Rolls. File 192-74-11. 
(Assessor, #PP 7428) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

7. Resolution accepting gift of $9,181 for the purpose of acquiring a 
flat-bed truck, and a future amount, not to exceed $3,000, to 
modify truck body for stage purposes, for use by the Art Commission 
for the Neighborhood Arts Program. File 38-74-37. (Art Commission 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



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8. Resolution authorizing amendment to existing lease of real property 
located at 1095 Market Street for use by the Human Rights Commis- 
sion. File 64-74-20. (Real Estate Dept.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

9. Ordinance approving agreement between Recreation and Park Commission 
and Glenridge Cooperative Nursery School for operation of a nursery 
school at Silver Tree Day Camp Recreation Building, Glen Canyon. 
File 65-74-2. (Recreation and Park Dept.) 

(For period Sept. 6, 1974, to May 31, 1975, at $150 per mo. rental.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

10. Ordinance amending Section 10.88 of the Administrative Code 
relating to Cash Difference Fund and Overage Fund, to include 
members of the Police Department within said provisions. 
File 477-74. (Police Commission) 

ACTION: Am^ended, on page 2, line 27, to add: "specifically 

assigned to the receiving of funds," RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED, 

11. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated positions of 

1 Courtroom Clerk, 1 Law Clerk, and 1 Senior Law Clerk, Finance & 
Records, County Clerk. File 31-74-23. (Superior Court) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

12. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
Port Director, Port Commission. File 31-74-21. (Mayor) 

(Consideration continued from September 11. ) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO SEPT. 25 for report on salary of Port Director. 

13. Ordinance amending Part III, San Francisco Municipal Code, 
relating to fees for licenses or permits, and inspections by the 
Health Department. File 473-74-1. (Public Health Dept.) 

(Amends Sec. 35, Health Dept. inspection fee; Sec. 122, Livery 
Stable fee; Sec. 122.1, Peddlers, General; Sec. 132.2, Peddlers 
of Fish, Vegetables or Fruit; Sec. 248, Food Product and Marketing 
Establishments; Sec. 249.1, Food Preparation and Service Establish- 
ments; Sec. 249.7, Swimming Pools. Adds Sec. 132.5, Peddlers of 
Food Products for Human Consumption.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO SEPT. 25. 

14. Ordinance amending the Health Code relating to fees, regulations and 
inspections for permits and licenses and penalties for operating 
without a Health Dept. inspection, permit or license. 

File 473-74-2. (Public Health Dept.) 

(Amends Sec. 440, Food Product and Marketing Establishment; and 
Sec. 714, Permit Required.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. To Board with Items 13 and 15. 



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15. Ordinance amending the Police Code to provide for the licensing 
and regulation of Mobile Caterers and Massage Establishments and 
Massage Services. File 473-74-3. (Public Health Dept.) 

(Amends Sec. 1320.19, License Fees (mobile caterer), and 
Sec. 2728, License Fees (massage establishment or out call 
massage service). 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. To Board with Items 13 and 14. 

16. Ordinance appropriating $160,000 for insurance and claims, San 
Francisco Airport Operating Fund. File 101-74-40. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

17. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept funds 
from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning to extend and 
augment project entitled "Youth at the Crossroads." 

File 121-74-38. (Criminal Justice Council) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

18. Resolution accepting gift of $966 from "Youth at the Crossroads" 
for use by Office of the Mayor to aid in preventing juvenile 
delinquency in the Mission District. File 38-74-38. (Criminal 
Justice Council) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

19. Resolution accepting gifts from various donors; rescinding 
Resolution No. 595-74. File 38-74-30.1. (Criminal Justice 
Council) 

($4,360 from Mcrrisania West: Postal Street Academy 
2,777. from R.eality House West 
1,722 from Friends Outside 
2,789 from Methadone to Abstinence 
2,500 from Streetvork: A Community Based Diversion Project 

for Delinquent Girls 
1,305 from Pre-Arraignment Diversion/Feasibility Study.) 

ACT ION : RECOMMENDED . 

20. Resolution establishing the fiscal year 1971-72 tax rate ($7,262) 
to be the maximum tax rate pursuant to Section 2261 of the 
Revenue and Taxation Code. File 74-74-1. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

21. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various plain- 
tiffs against the City and County and dismissal of cross- 
complaints. File 45-74-25. (City Attorney) 

(Francis J. Fitzgibbons $ 666.66 
Elizabeth Ann Callan 6,500.00) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 



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Board o_f^-ijnpervisoi-s 
City and County o£ San Francisco , 

Friday,, September 20, 1974 Room 228 City Hall, 7:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 

1« Ordinance amending the Annual Appropriation Ordinance, 1974-75, 

giving effect to revenue changes pursuant to Charter Section 6.208; 
adjusting specified appropriations and appropriating specified funds; 
all as a prerequisite to the levy of a combined tax of $12.95 
pursuant to Charter Section 6.208. File 101-74-29.1. (Francois) 

ACTION: TO BOARD, WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION. 

2. Ordinance providing revenue and levying taxe3 in the total 
combined amount of $12.95 for City and County purposes and for 
San Francisco Unified School District and San Francisco Community 
College District purposes for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1975. 
File 74-74-2. (Francois) 

ACTION: TO BOARD, WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION. 

3. Ordinance amending the Annual Appropriation Ordinance, 1974-75, 
giving effect to revenue changes pursuant to Charter Section 6.208; 
adjusting specified appropriations and appropriating specified funds; 
all ac a prerequisite to the Levy of a combined f»x r\f $1.2 5 fi? 
pursuant to Charter -Section o.20o. File IGI-74-25.Z. (reiuiitfciu) 

ACTION: TO BOARD, WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION. 

4. Ordinance providing revenue and levying taxes in the total 
combined amount of $12.82 for City and County purposes and for 
San Francisco Unified School District and San Francisco Community 
College District purposes for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1975. 
File 74-74-3. (Feinstein) 



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ACTION: TO BOARD, WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION. 

Ordinance amending the Annual Appropriation Ordinance, 1974-75, 
giving effect to revenue changes pursuant to Charter Section 6.200; 
adjusting specified appropriations and appropriating specified funds; 
all as a prerequisite to the levy of a combined tax of $12.25 
pursuant to Charter Section 6.208. File 101-74-29.3. (Kcpp) 

ACTION: TO BOARD, WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION. 

6. Ordinance providing revenue and levying taxes in the total 

combined amount of $12.25 for City and County purposes and fov 
San Francisco Unified School District and San Francisco Community 
College District purposes for l;ha fiscal year ending June 30, 1975. 
File 74-74-4. (Kopp) 

ACTION: TO BOARD, WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION. 



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Wednesday September 25, 1974 Room 228 City Hall, 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Moiinari, Nelder 

1. Ordinance appropriating $64,900 for open shelf filing and storage 
shelves, County Clerk; an emergency measure. File 101-74-41. 
(Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

2. Resolution authorizing correction of certain erroneous assessments 
in the 1974-75 Assessment Roll. File 192-74-12. (Assessor PP 7430) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO OCTOBER 2. 

3. Resolution waiving statute of limitations to permit payment of a 
certain City and County warrant payable to Harold T. Barnard in the 
total sum of $350.12. File 23-74-4. (Hetch Hetchy) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

* 4. Resolution accepting gift of orchid plants valued at $1,668 from 
Rudolf Pabst for the Conservatory of Flowers in Golden Gate Park. 
File 38-74-39. (Recreation and Park Dept.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

5. resolution authorizing Fair euxu Fiuw^j. Sliuiv to be held in 1975; 
approving budget; and authorizing approval of premium schedule. 
File 86-74. (Recreation and Park Dept.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

6. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of Port 
Director, Port Commission. File 31-74-21. (Mayor) 

(Consideration continued from September 18 for report from 
Acting Port Director.) 

ACTION: To Board with recommendation "Do Pass After Amendment." 

Amendment will make resolution effective Nov. 5 to Nov. 26. 

7. Ordinance authorizing settlement of Duskin v. Alioto, et al., and 
Williams, et al. v. City and County of San Francisco, and related 
proceedings; authorizing the Chief Administrative Officer to 
execute the settlement agreement; and authorizing the payment of 
legal fees relating to said litigation. File 91-74-2. (Feinstein) 

ACTION- To Board witn recommendation "Do Pass After Amendment." 

* Sup. Moiinari dissenting. Amendment will amend Sec. 11 hf 
Agreement to defer payment of legal fees until sale of bonds. 

8. Ordinance amending Part III, San Francisco Municipal Code, relating 
to fees for licenses or permits, and inspections by the Health 
Department. File 473-74-1. (Public Health Dept.) 

(Consideration continued from September 18.) 

ACTION: To Board with recommendation "Do Pass After Amendment." 
Amends Sees. 248 & 249.1. (See file.) 

9. Motion directing Clerk of Board to submit request for supplemental 
appropriation in amount of $1,322.05 for additional costs of 
printing a Cumulative Supplement to the Charter consisting of 
Nov. 1972, Nov, 1973 and June 1974 Charter amendments. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 









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Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 

Sup. Nelder absent, Item i. 

Sup. Molinari absent, Items 4, 7-14, 17-19. 
1. Resolution authorizing correction of certain erroneous assessments 
in the 1974-75 Assessment Roll. File 192-74-12. (Assessor PP 7430) 

(Continued from September 25, 1974.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



2. Resolution authorizing leases of portion of property at 551 Polk 
St. and 636 Van Ness Ave. for use by the Mayor's Office of Manpower, 
File 64-74-21. (Real Estate Dept.) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

3. Resolution authorizing leases of office space at 333-335 Hayes St. 
and 5 p arki ng ctallo~l Tt~-lo t at Havoc & Fran klin St s. for use by the 
Bureau of Alcoholism, Dept. of Public Health. File 64-74-22. 
(Real Estate Dept.) 



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5. 



ACTION: 



To Board with recommendation "Do Pass After Amendment." 
Amendment will be: Real *",5"ate Dept. agreed to substitute 
asphalt flooring for carnetingo Delete Sec. 2: lease of 
_ ,, of 5 parking stalls. Amend legislation accordingly. , 
Ordinance amending trie Administrative Ccce to increase the .cash 
revolving funds for Laguna Honda Hospital, Public Health Central 
Office, and San Francisco General Hospital, effective July 1, 1975. 
File 519-74. (Dept. of Public Health) 

(Amends Sees. 10.147, 10.154 and 10.163.) 

ACTION: TABLED. 

Ordinance authorizing extension of City Lease of Civic Center Plaza 
Garage for a period of five years. File 63-74-4. (Parking 
Authority) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



6. Resolution authorizing the Chairman of the San Francisco Commission 
on the Aging to seek and accept $3,000 from the San Francisco 
Foundation for the purpose of selecting an Executive Directoi . 
File 508-74. (Commission on the Aging) 

ACTION: Amended in Committee to substitute word "seek" for "request." 
RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 

7. Request for reprinting of the Building Code, with amendments. 
File 162-74. (Dept. of Public Works) 

(Continued from September 18, 1974.) 

ACTION: FILED. 



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8. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Works to apply for 
and accept federal funds for installing traffic signals on 
Geneva Ave. at Interstate 280 ramp connection. File 264-74-3. 
(Dept. of Public Works) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

9. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Works to apply for 
and accept federal funds for installing and modifying traffic 
signals at various locations. File 264-74-4. (Public Works) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

10. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Works to apply for 
and accept federal funds for the rehabilitation of Third Street, 
Bryant Street to Islais Creek Channel, and Fourth Street, Bryant 
Street to Townsend Street. File 264-74-5. (Dept. of Public Works) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

11. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Works to apply for 
and accept federal funds for the Third Street Bridge Rehabilita- 
tion. File 264-74-6. (Dept. of Public Works) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

12. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Works to apply for 
and accept federal funds for the rehabilitation of Mission Street, 
Sixth Street to Army Street; Silver Avenue, Mission Street to San 
Bruno Avenue; and 24th Street, Guerrero Street to Dolores Street. 
File 264-74-7. (Dept. of Public Works) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

13. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Works to apply for 
and accept federal funds for the San Jose Avenue Slope Stabiliza- 
tion Project. File 264-74-8. (Dept. of Public Works) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

14. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Health to apply for 
and accept federal funds for alcoholism projects. File 160-74-16. 
(Dept. of Public Health) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

15. Ordinance amending the Administrative Code to establish a 
Special Collections Fund of the San Francisco Public Library. 
File 523-74. (Public Library) 

(Adds Section 10.117-11.) 

ACTION: To Board with recommendation "Do Pass After Amendment." 
Amendments will be: 
Line 16, after word "Librarian, ADD: "with the approval 

of the Library Commission," 
Line 19, after word "may," INSERT: "subject to approval 

by the Library Commission,". 



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17. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various 
plaintiffs against the City and County. File 45-74-25./. (City 
Attorney) 

Eldrige and Deldrige Cooper $ 200 

Neftalid De La Rosa 4,250 

Cornelius D. Lucey 1,000 

Eugene K. and Wilbur Mayo 150 

Lillian E. Sayed 1,900 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

18. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of the City and 
County against Daniel H. Roos by the acceptance of the sum of 
$6,666.66 and dismissal of complaint in intervention. 

File 46-74-6. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

19. Resolution authorizing compromise of claims of the City and 
County against various defendants. File 49-74-17. (City 
Attorney) 

American Transit Mix Co. and 

Massman Construction Co. $2,666.66 
Steven Mantalvanos and 

Pacific Auto Body 1,833.33 

Meinhard Marek 1,200.00 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

Presented Off -Calendar in Committee by Deputy City Attorney: 

20. Ordinance authorizing the City Attorney to stipulate to judgment 
in favor of plaintiffs in amount of $750,000 in action by 
Charles C. Rauschenbach and Sharon D. Rauschenbach against 

the City and County. File 45-74-27. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

Held from 9/11/74 meeting for Cont toller's certification of funds: 

Resolution authorizing reimbursement for damaged personal 
property of City and County employee Alton L. Walter in the 
amount of $31.00. File 51-74-3. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED (9/11/74). 



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Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, October 9, 1974 Room 228 City Hall, 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 
Supervisor Molinari absent on Items 5-13. 

1. Ordinance rescinding $2,000,000 for Performing Arts Center from the 
War Memorial Fund. File 101-74-42. (Francois) 

ACTION: TABLED. 

2. Resolution authorizing lease of property at 2145 - 19th Avenue for 
the Dept. of Public Health's District V Mental Health Center. 
File 64-74-23. (Real Estate Dept.) 

ACTION: REC0: HANDED. 

3. Resolution authorizing lease of property at 1184 Market Street for 
offices for the Volunteer Coordination Center and The Management 
Improvement and Career Development Grant, both sponsored by the 
Sheriff's Department. File 64-74-24. (Real Estate Dept.) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO OCTOBER 23. 

4. Ordinance appropriating $4,243 for Recorder-Transcriber Units, 
Police Dept.; and $511,052 for "Special Circumstances" and "Home 
Over Federal Maximum" payments," Social Services Dept.; rescinding 
$4,243 from grant matching fund appropriation, Police Dept. 

File 101-74-43. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

5. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1974-75, reflecting 
the establishment of new classification of Visitor Service Represen- 
tative, San Francisco International Airport, with salary schedule 
therefor. File 102-74-27. (Civil Service No, 26) 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITH RECOMMENDATION "DO PASS AFTER AMENDMENT." 
*For amendments, see below. 

6. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
Cashier III, Treasurer's Office. File 31-74-24. (Treasurer) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

7. Resolution fixing price for City Planning Code; superseding price 
set forth in Resolution No. 99-72. File 56-74-3. (Purchaser) 

(Note: New price: $4.83; old price $3.44 + tax.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



5*. Amendments will be: 

Line 2: After word "therefor," insert "and the allocation of 

two new employments thereto,". 
Line 10: Change "Section 725010A" to Section 725099". 
Line 11??: Add: "2 added (No. of Pos.) 2". 




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8. 

from thn Office of Criminal Justice Planning for a project 

:ion 
-74-33.1. (Criminal Justice Council) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

9. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept grant oj: 
federal funds and to expend such funds for a Public Service 
Employment Program and to execute such sub -grants as nay be 
required. File 121-74-36. (Mayor) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO OCTOBER 30. 

10. Application of Michell Daniels, a minor, and Martha Daniels for 
leave to present a late claim against the City and County. 
File 50-74-40. (City Attorney) 

(City Attorney reconaends approval.) 

ACTION: RECOIZIENDZD. Resolution granting application prepared 
in Comittee. 

11. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of various plain- 
tiffs against the City and County. File 45-74-28. (City Attorney) 

John Arno Coffer $ 250 

Louis Buttita 1,000 

Rafael Gonzalez 1,500 

Edith Guadagni 300 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED* 

12. Ordinance authorizing settlement of cross-complaints of the City 
and County against John Lemon in Superior Court actions 

No. 654921 and No. 655519 by the acceptance of $100 in each case. 
File No. 46-74-7. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO OCTOBER 16. 

13. Resolution authorizing settlement of unlitigated claims against 
the City and County. File 48-74-1. (City Attorney) 

United Pacific Insurance Co. $517.75 
California State Auto Assn 909.13 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



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Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 



Ordinance appropriating $11,408 for Policeman and Fireman examina- 
tions, Civil Service Commission; and $13,995 for election workers, 
Registrar of Voters; an emergency measure. File 101-74-44. 
(Controller) 



ACTION: 



RECOMMENDED. 



Resolution declaring intention that funds be made available for 
construction of a sewage pump-out facility in Gas House Cove prior 
to January 1977. File 539-74. (Kopp, Feinstein) 

(A condition placed by BCDC on grant of permit to construct a 
breakwater at Marina Small Craft Harbor.) 

ACTION: UCOMONDKD. 



3. Ordinance authorizing settlement of cross-complaints of the City and 
County against John Lemon in Superior Court actions No. 654921 and 
No. 655519 by the acceptance of $100 in each case. File 46-74-7. 
(City Attorney) 

(Consideration continued from October 9, 1974.) 

ACTION: 



4. Request to reconsider the issue of Port fiscal autonomy. 
File 468-74. (Molinari) 

ACTION: C0KTUUED TO CALL OF TBS CHAIR. 



5. Resolution authorizing the Chief Adult Probation Officer to apply 
for and accept funds from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning 
for "Bay Area Quest Program;" and rescinding Resolution No. 613-74. 
File 158-74-3.1. (Nelder) 

ACTION: 

6. Ordinance appropriating $33,000 for Policeman and Fireman Examina- 
tion, Civil Sarvic* Ca— I talon t an morgaaey ordinance. 

Mia 101-74-45. (Controller) 

RECOMMENDED. 

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Board of- -Supervisors • 
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Wednesday ^-October 23, 1974 Room 228 City Hall, 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 

1. Request to consider effect of the 50c surcharge on Candlestick Park 
admission tickets upon attendance and revenues. File 534-74. 
(Francois) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO NOVEMBER 27. 

2. Resolution authorizing lease of property at 1184 Market St. for 
offices for the Volunteer Coordination Center and The Management 
Improvement and Career Development Grant, both sponsored by the 
Sheriff's Department. File 64-74-24. (Real Estate Dept.) 

(Continued from October 9 meeting.) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO OCTOBER 30. 

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3. Resolution authorizing leases of space at 1390 Market St. for 
Mayor's Office of Community Development and Hunters Point Reuse 
Study Program. File 64-74-25. (Real Estate Dept.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. Supervisor Molinari dissenting. 

4. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to seek and accept $150,000 in 
Federal funds for the purpose of forming an Economic Analysis Unit 
vithin the Mayor's Office. File 121-74-37. (Mayor) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO OCTOBER 30 „ 

5. Ordinance appropriating $1,985,239 for permanent salaries and 
mandatory fringe benefits; rescinding $10,337 from temporary 
salaries and $1,027,991 from temporary salaries-medical programs, 
to reflect the establishment of 450 positions and abolishment of 
215 positions; effective Sept. 1, 1974, Social Service Dept. 
File 101-74-46. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

6. Ordinance amending the Annval Salary Ordinance, 1974-75, reflecting 
the establishment and abolishment of certain positions, and estab- 
lishment of 1 new Salary Ordinance section, Social Services Dept., 
effective Sept. 1, 1974: a companion measure to File 101-74-46. 
File 102-74-28. (Civil 'Se:rvice No. 28) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

7. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Works to execute an 
agreement with Western Pacific Railroad Co. covering $3,884.13 
reimbursement for relocation and improvement of grade crossing 
signals at Army and Vermont Sts. File 544-74. (Public Works Dept.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



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8. Ordinance appropriating $13,000 for Dental Clinic, County Jail 

No. 2; rescinding $13,000 from appropriation for shower facilities, 
County Jail No. 2; Capital Improvement, Public Works Department ; 
an emergency measure. File 101-74-47. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

9. Resolution authorizing compromise and settlement of claims of the 
City and County of San Francisco. File 49-74-18. (City Attorney) 

Bekins Van and Storage Company $8,798.50 

Cordell E. Ingram 3,449.02 

David F. Janes and Kathleen Duffy 2,913.00 

Arthur Newell 250.00 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

10. Ordinance appropriating $200,000 for 2,000 bullet-resistant vests, 
Police Dept., and $21,600 for Postage, Registrar of Voters; an 
emergency measure. File 101-74-48. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

Meeting of 

JOINT FINANCE AND FIRE. SAFETY AND POLICE COMMITTEE 

Wednesday, October 23, 1974 Room 228 City Hall, 3:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Francois, M ea#et=gqfe^ 
Molinari, Nelder 

1. Request for hearings to determine the taxpayers' cost of victimless 
crime, with a view toward recommending implementation of the 
citation procedure in lieu of arrest, as provided in the State 
Penal Code. File 463-73. (Molinari) 

(Consideration continued from July 18, 1974.) 

ACTION: Resolution prepared in and RECOMMENDED out of Committee: 

"Urging the San Francisco Police Department and the 
San Francisco District Attorney's office to consider 
adopting a procedure similar to that implemented in 
Sacramento County with respect to possession of small 
quantities of marijuana, and a procedure for issxiing 
citations for misdemeanor noncommercial sex offenses 
involving consenting adults." (File 463-73-1) 



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F INANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of^Supervisors 
City and County""of San Francisco 

Wednesday, October 30, 1974 Room 228 City Hall, 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 
Sup. Molinari present on Items 15-23, 25. 

1. Resolution cancelling real property taxes levied on St. Phillips 
Baptist Church for Che fiscal year 1973-74, 745 Velasco St., 
Block 6322, Lot 20. File 10-73-19. (Assessor) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

2. Resolution cancelling real property taxes levied on Grand Parlor of 
the Native Daughters of the' Golden West Home for the fiscal year 
1973-74, 543-555 Baker St., Block 1134, Lot 35. File 10-74-13. 
(Assessor) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

3. Resolution cancelling real property taxes levied on the Church of 
the Living God for the fiscal year 1974-72, 240 Page St., Block 839, 
Lot 32. File 10-74-15. (Assessor) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

4. Resolution cancelling real property taxes levied on Grand Parlor of 
the Native Daughters of the Golden West Home for the fiscal years 
1970-71, 1971-72 and 1972-73, 543-555 Baker St., Block 1134, Lot 35. 
File 10-74-16. (Assessor) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

5. Resolution cancelling real property taxes levied on Miraloma Nursery- 
School for the fiscal year 1973-74, 443 Foerster St., Block 3044, 
Lots 1 and 2. File 10-74-17. (Assessor) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

6. Resolution cancelling real property taxes levied on St. Theresa's 
Haven for the fiscal year 1973-74, 1230-5th Ave., Block 1746, Lot 
15. File 10-74-18. (Assessor) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

7. Resolution cancelling real property taxes levied on Buddhist Wisdom 
Lecture Hall for the fiscal' year 1973-74, 537-7th Ave., Block 1550, 
Lot 21. File 10-74-19. (Assessor) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

8. Resolution cancelling real property taxes levied on Cumberland 
Presbyterian Chinese Church for the fiscal years 1972-73 and 1973-74, 
1150 Powell St., Block 192, Lot Portion 18. File 10-74-2 . 
(Assessor) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

9. Resolution cancelling real property taxes levied on Korean Covenant 
Church for the fiscal year 1973-74, 700-4th Ave., Block 1646, Lot 
31. File 10-74-21. (Assessor) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



10. Resolution cancelling real property taxes levied on Greater New 
Light Baptist Church for the fiscal years 1972-73 and 1973-7&, 
1035 Palou Ave., Block 4756, Lot A3. File 10-74-9. (Assessor) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

11. Resolution cancelling real property taxes levied on Academy of 
World Studies for the fiscal year 1973-74, 2820 Van Ness Ave., 
Block 499, Lot 5. File 15-74-9. (Assessor) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

12. Resolution cancelling in part real property taxes levied against 
Harrigan, Weidenmuller Co. for the fiscal year 1973-74, 832-846 
Folsom St., Block 3733, Lots 17, 18 and 19. File 15-74-10. 
(Assessor) 

ACTION: RZCCIIMENDED. 

13. Resolution cancelling real property taxes levied on The Trust for 
Public Land for the fiscal year 1973-74, Koshland Park, Page and 
Buchanan St., Block 851, Lots 14 and 15. File 15-74-11. 
(Assessor) 

ACTION: RECOI'E-IENDED . 

14. Resolution authorizing Mayor to apply for and accept grant of 
Federal funds and to expend such funds for a Public Service 
Employment Program, and to execute such sub-grants as may be 
required. File 121-74-36. (Mayor) 

(Continued from October 9.) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

15. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Health to apply for 
and accept State funds for aftercare mental health treatment 
programs. File 160-74-17. (Public Health Dept.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

16. Ordinance appropriating $1,000, City Planning, for recruitment 
expenses; rescinding $1,000 from official printing and advertising 
appropriation. File 101-74-50. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

17. Ordinance appropriating $223,825 for operation, fixed charge? and 
capital improvements, Social Services. File 101-74-49. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. Sup. Molinari dissenting. 

18. Resolution authorizing lease of office space at 870 Market St., 
for use by the Dept. of Social Services. File 64-74-26. 

(Real Estate Dept.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. Sup. Molinari dissenting. 

19. Resolution accepting gifts from the City of San Francisco Uptown 
Parking Corporation for use in meeting share of cost of relocating 
the Dept. of Social Services offices from 585 Bush St. to rented 
quarters. File 38-74-40. (Social Services Dept.) 

ACTION: :::dED. Sup. Molinari dissenting. 



20. Resolution accepting gift of $30,000 from Twentieth Century Fox 
for use by the Fire Department, in appreciation of its assistance 
during filming of the motion picture, The Towering Inferno. 

File 38-74-41. (Fire Dept.) 

ACTION: Amended to provide that funds be used to purchase fire- 
fighting equipment at no cost to taxpayer. RECOMMENDED. 

21. Resolution accepting gift of $4,500 from The Fine Arts Museums 
Foundation for use by the Fire Arts Museums toward installation 
of security and fire alarm systems at M. H. de Young Memorial 
Museum and the California Palace of the Legion of Honor. 

File 38-74-42. (Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

22. Resolution waiving statute of limitations with respect to payment . 
of a certain warrant of the City and County in the total sum of ■ ^"- ^7 
v.^ . ..,,5. File 23-74-6. (Dept. of Public Works) 

ACTION: BEeOMMENDED. 

23. Resolution authorizing execution of a proposed Eighth Amendatory 
Grant Contract for Code Enforcement Program No. Calif. E-4. 
File 29-74. (Dept. of Public Works) 

(To cover activities remaining in Alamo Square, Bemal Heights 
and Duboce Triangle FACE Areas.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

24. Resolution declaring intention of this Board to support a request 
for a supplemental appropriation ordinance to increase grants of 
assistance in the General Assistance Program commensurate with the 
cost of living increase and allowances paid in other major 
California Counties. File 101-74-51. (Barbagelata, Kopp) 

ACTION: TO BOARD WITHOUT RECOMMENDATION. 

25. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to seek and accept funds from the 
Dept. of Housing and Urban Development or their subcontractor, for 
the purpose of forming an Economic Analysis Unit within the City 
and County. File 121-74-37. (Mayor) 

(Consideration continued from October 23.) 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

26. Resolution authorizing lease of property at 1184 Market St. for 
offices for the Volunteer Coordination Center and The Managenent 
Improvement and Career Development Grant, both sponsored by :he 
Sheriff's Dept. File 64-74-24. (Real Estate Dept.) 

(Consideration continued from October 23.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

27. Resolution authorizing the Chief Adult Probation Officer of the 
City and County to apply for and accept funds from the Office of 
Criminal Justice Planning for a project entitled, "Bay Area Quest 
Program"; rescinding Resolution No. 613-74. File 158-74-3.1. 
(Nelder) 

(Reref erred from Board for clarification of Indemnity Agreement.) 
ACTION: RFr.nyMENDED. 



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28. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
Parks Superintendent, Recreation and Park Department. 

File 31-74-25. (Recreation and Park Dept,) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

29. Resolution transferring jurisdiction from the Real Estate Dept. to 
the Office of the Mayor of certain real property and facilities in 
the Hunters Point Redevelopment Project Area. File 556-74. 

(Real Estate Dept.) 

Childcare Center No. 1 - 1 Cashmere Street 

Childcare Center No. 2 - 200 Cashmere Street 

Childcare Center No. 4 - 1030 Oakdale Avenue 

Neighborhood Facility - 100 Whitney Young Circle 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO NOVEMBER 6. 

30. Ordinance appropriating $33,995, Public Health, Community Mental 
Health Service, for permanent salaries for creation of 3 positions: 
rescinding $41,262 from permanent salaries and mandatory fringe 
benefits appropriations for the abolishment of 4 positions. 

File 101-74-52. (Controller) 

ACTION : RECOM fENDED . 

31. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1974-75, reflecting 
the abolishment of 4 positions and classification of 3 positions, 
Dept. of Public Health, Community Mental Health Service; a 
companion measure to File 101-74-52. File 102-74-30. (Civ. Ser. #30) 

ACTION : RECOI MENDED . 

32. Ordinance appropriating $32,891 for permanent salaries and manda- 
tory fringe benefits for funding of 1 position and creating 1 new 
position, Employees' Retirement System. File 101-74-53. (Controller] 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

33. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance 1974-75, reflecting 
the establishment of a new classification with salary schedule 
therefor, and the classification of 2 positions, Employees' Retire- 
ment System; a companion measure to File 101-74-53, 

File 102-74-19. (Civil Service #24) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

34. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation against the City 
and County. File 45-74-29. (City Attorney) 

Virginia Berry $ 9,200 

Willie and Carolyn J. DeVaughn 400 

Crusita Rodriguez 3,806 

Mary Sapor ita 1,000 

Richard A. and John Zanardi 15,000 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

35. Resolution authorizing settlement of claim of Arnica Mutual Insur- 
ance Co. against the City and County for $1,122.60. File 48-74-10. 
(City Attorney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



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Wednesday, November 6, 1974 Room 228 City Hall. , 3:30 p.m._ 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 
(Absent: Supervisor Molinari for Items 2-14.) 

1. Resolution urging the War Memorial Board of Trustees to consider 
transfer of portion of funds for Performing Arts Center to Recrea- 
tion and Park Department for improvement of Martin Luther King 
Swinging Pool. File 560-74. (Feinstein, Francois) 

TABLED . Resolution, prepared in and reported out by Committee, 
ACTION: recrryn^ p. ded "do pass ' : 'Declaring intent of Board to approve 



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2. Resolution transferring jurisdiction from tne Real 'Estate Dcpt^ to' 
the Office of the Mayor of certain real property and facilities in 
the Hunters Point Redevelopment Project Area. File 55 6-74. 

(Real Estate Dept.) 

Childcare Center No. 1 - 1 Cashmere Street 

Childcare Center No. 2 - 200 Cashmere Street 

Childcare Center No. 4 - 1030 Oakdale Avenue 

Neighborhood Facility - 100 Whitney Young Circle 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

3. Resolution authorizing amendment and extension of lease of property 
at 1182 Market St. for use by the Mayor's Office of Criminal Justice 
Council. File 64-74-27. (Real Estate Dept.) 

(Added space to be used for evaluation unit and 
delinquency prevention section.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

4. Ordinance appropriating $75,759 for contractual services and equip- 
ment, Fire Department; an emergency measure. File 101-74-57. 
(Controller) 

(For purchase and installation of hydrants.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



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Ordinance appropriating $845 for equipment; rescinding .'>845 from 
contractual services appropriation, Employees' Retirement System. 
File 101-74-54. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

6. Resolution waiving statute of limitations with respect to payment 
of a warrant in the sum of $174.00 payable to Michael Condon. 
File 23-74-7. (Health Service System) 

ACTION: CONTINUED ONE WEEK. 

7. Resolution extending time for award of Department of Public Works 
contract for construction of County Jail Dental Facility. 

File 61-74-6. (Dept. cf Public Works) 

ACTION: CONTINUED ONE WEEK. 



Finance Committee November 6, 1974 

8. Resolution authorizing cancellation of uncollected delinquent 
penalties, costs, redemption penalties, interest and redemption 
fees. File 15-74-7. (Tax Collector) 

ACTION: CONTINUED ONE WEEK. 

9. Resolution approving the immediate filling of vacated position of 
the Controller, Controller's Office, effective November 1, 1974. 
File 31-74-26. (Controller) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

10. Ordinance amending the Annual Appropriation Ordinance, 1974-75, 

by adding Section 4.2.631 thereto, providing for the appropriation 
of receipts in the Public Library Special Collections Fund. 
File 101-74-55. (Controller) 

ACT ION: REC OMMEND ED . 

11. Application of David Basada for leave to present a late claim 
against the City and County for personal injuries in the amount 
of $30,000. File 50-74-41, 

(City Attorney recommends denial. Unless acted upon on or 
before Nov. 22, 1974, application will be deemed denied by 
operation of law.) 

ACTION: DENIED. Filed. 

12. Application of Thomas J. Scanlan for leave to present a late claim 
against the City and County for personal injuries in the amount 

of $50,000. File 50-74-42. 

(City Attorney recommends denial. Unless acted upon on or 
before Nov. 23, 1974, application will be deemed denied by 
operation of law.) 

ACTION: DENIED. Filed. 

13. Application of Serena Doss, a minor, for leave to present a late 
claim against the City and County for personal injuries in the 
amount of $200,000. File 50-74-45. 

(City Attorney recommends denial. Unless acted upon on or 
before Nov. 18, 1974, application will be deemed denied by 
operation of law.) 

ACTION: DENIED. Filed. 

14. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation of Jadi le Lee 
against the City and County for $10,400. File 45-74-30. 
(City Attorney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



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"^ Meeting of San Francisco 94102 
FINANCE COI-frftTTEE 

Board of Supervisors 
City and County of. San Francisco 

Wednesday, November 13, 1974 Room 228 City Hall, 3:30 p.m . 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 

1. Resolution authorizing one-year extension of lease at 3626 Geary 
Blvd. for use by the Dept. of Public Health Division of Special 
Services. File 64-74-16.1. (Real Estate Dept.) 

ACTION: FJICOlvlINBED. ■ 

2. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to expend funds allocated as the 
City and County non-Federal share of the program administration of 
the Comprehensive City Demonstration Program to reimburse the U.S. 
Department of. Housing and Urban Development for funds not properly 
due the City and County; and authorizing the Controller to do all 
things required to effectuate the reimbursement. File 512-74-6. 
(Model Cities Agency) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

3. Ordinance appropriating $14,846 for permanent salaries and rescind- 
ing $16,099 from permanent salaries, and $211 from mandatory fringe 
benefits, for the reclassification of 1 position to Deputy Tax 
Administrator, Tax Collector's Office. File 101-74-60. (Controller) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO NOVEMBER 20. 

4. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1974-75, Finance 
and Records, reflecting the reclassification of 1 position to 
Deputy Tax Administrator, Tax Collector's Office; a companion 
measure to File 101-74-60. File 102-74-20. (Civil Service No. 22) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO NOVEMBER 20. 

5. Ordinance appropriating $645,000, Airport Operating, and $17,000, 
1972 Sewer Bond Funds, for capital improvement projects; and 
rescinding $17,000 from enlargement of sewers and replacement of 
structurally deficient sewers appropriations, 1972 Sewer Bond Fund. 
File 101-74-59. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

6. Ordinance authorizing participation of Director of Public Works in 
inspection tour of solid waste disposal facilities in South America. 
File 47-74-9.1. (Public Works Dept.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

7. Resolution authorizing the Assessor to execute a contract with the 
State Board of Equalization for auditing services. File 564-74. 
(Assessor) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



8. Resolution authorizing correction of certain erroneous assessments 
in the 1971-72 and 1972-73 assessment rolls. File 192-74-15. 
(Assessor) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

9. Resolution authorizing the Sheriff to request and accept from the 
Office of Criminal Justice Planning an extension of Grant #0212, 
"Transitions to Freedom." File 161-74-11. (Criminal Justice 
Council.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

10. Resolution authorizing the Director of Public Health to request 
and accept from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning an exten- 
sion of Grant #1195, "Reality House West." File 160-74-18. 
(Criminal Justice Council) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

11. Request to authorize the Sheriff to apply for and accept funds 
from the U.S. Bureau of Prisons; earmarking a portion of revenues 
as matching funds for the upgrading of the jails of the City and 
County. Ri£a::fc6ix24K7. (von Beroldingen) File 567-74. 

ACTION* Resolution prepared in Committee "Authorizing the Sheriff 
of the City and County to apply for and accept funds from 
the U.S. Bureau of Prisons; etc.; rescinding Res. 249-74"; 
RECOMMENDED. 

12. Resolution extending time for award of Department of Public Works 
contract for construction of County Jail Dental Facility. 

File 61-74-6. (Dept. of Public Works) 

(Continued from November 6th.) 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

13. Resolution authorizing cancellation of uncollected delinquent 
penalties, costs, redemption penalties, interest and redemption 
fees. File 15-74-7. (Tax Collector) 

(Continued from November 6th.) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO NOVEMBER 20. 

14. Resolution waiving statute of limitations with respect to payment 
of a warrant in the sum of $175.00 payable to Michael Condon. 
File 23-74-7. (Health Service System) * 

(Continued from November 6th.) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO NOVEMBER 20. 

15. Ordinance authorizing settlement of litigation against the City 
and County, and waiver of lien. File 45-74-31. (City Attorney) 

Kathie M. Sherry & Patricia Reilly $1,500 + lien waiver 
Mark Olivier, a minor, Patricia 

and Arthur Olivier 3,000 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



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San Francisco 94102 
Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, November 20, 1974 Room 228 City Hall, 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 

Sup. Molinari absent on Items 7, 7a-b, h, i, k-p, s-w, 10, 14-15, 

1. Ordinance authorizing settlement of asphalt antitrust litigation 
of City and County, et al. vs. Union Oil Company of California, 
et al, for the sum of $9,718.00. File 46-74-8. (City Attorney) 









ACTION: EECOMMENDED. 

2. Resolution authorizing compromise of claims of the City and County 
against various defendants. File 49-74-10. (City Attorney) 

Josephine Fong $1,333.33 
Hertz Corporation 1,000.00 
Gary Troyer 1,000.00 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

3. Ordinance appropriating $150,000, 1961 Municipal Water System Bond 
Fund, for capital improvements; rescinding $51,991 from administra- 
tive expenses appropriation. File 101-74-61. (Controller) 

ACTION : RECOMPENSED . 

4. Ordinance appropriating $31,743, Police Dept. and Municipal Railway, 
for permanent salaries and mandatory fringe benefits for reclassifi- 
cation of 4 positions and abolishment of 2 positions; rescinding 
$28,877 from permanent salaries and mandatory fringe benefits, and • 
$6,705 from temporary salaries - Civilian, Police Dept. 

File 101-74-62. (Controller) 

ACT ION : RECOMMENDED . 

5. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1974-75, reflecting 
the reclassification of 2 vacant positions to Operations Analyst, 
Police Dept.; abolishing 4 positions, and establishing 2 new 
positions of Operations Analyst, Municipal Railway. 

File 102-74-26. (Civil Service No. 27) 

ACT ION : RECOMMENDED „ 

6. Resolution authorizing the Human Rights Commission to apply for and 
accept Federal funds to continue an affirmative action program with 
City suppliers. File 570-74. (Human Rights Commission) 

ACT ION : RECOMMENDED . 

7. Resolutions authorizing certain City officials to apply for and 
accept funds from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for 
various projects, as follows: 

Coroner : 

Taj "Drug Abuse in Criminal Deaths." File 337-74-2. 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 



Mayor: 

(b) "Police Youth Diversion Project." File 121-74-38. 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

(c) "Youth at the Crossroads." File 121-74-39. 
ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

(d) "Streetwork: Girls." File 121-74-40. 
ACT ION : RECOMMENDED . 

(e) "Firearm Identification." File 121-74-41. 
ACT ION : RECOMMENDED . 

(f) "Criminal Justice Training Grant." File 121-74-42. 
ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

(g) "Police Expanded Internal Affairs." File 121-74-43. 
ACT ION : RECOMMENDED . 

(h) "On Your Own." File 121-74-44. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

(i) "Police Minority Recruitment Project." File 121-74-45. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

(j) "Morrisania West: Postal Street Academy." File 121-74-46. 

ACT ION : RECOMMENDED . 

(k) "Universal Emergency No. 9-1-1." File 121-74-47. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

(1) "Youth Service Bureau." File 121-74-48. 

ACT ION : RECOMMENDED . 

(m) "Post Release Services Bureau." File 121-74-49. 

ACT ION : RECOMMENDED . 

Chief of the Fire Department : 

Xn) ''Arson Detection and Identification." File 155-74-1. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

Chief Adult Probation Officer : 

ToJ "Volunteers for Adult Probation." File 158-74-4. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

(p) "Friends Outside in San Francisco." File 158-74-5.) 

ACT ION : RECOMMENDED . 

Director of Public Health : 

Xq) "The Public Inebriate Diversion Program." File 160-74-19. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

(r) "Methadone to Abstinence." File 160-74-20. 

ACT ION : RECOI-MENDED . 

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Sheriff : 

(s) "Sheriff's Management and Improvement and 

Career Development Program," File 161-74-12. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

(t) "Sheriff's Correctional Officer Training Project." 161-74-13. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

(u) "Parole and Pre-Release Employment Project 

(Re-Entry Counselors)." File 161-74-14. 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

(v) "Volunteer Coordination Center." File 161-74-15. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

(w) "Improvement of County Parole Program." File 161-74-16. 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

Presiding Judge of the Superior Court : 

(x) ''Executive Assistant to the Master Calendar Judge." 198-74-2. 

ACT ION : RECOMMENDED . 

(y) "Criminal Justice Information System." File 198-74-3. 

ACT ION : RECOMMENDED . 

8. Resolution authorizing the Chief Juvenile Probation Officer to 
apply for and accept funds from the State Dept. of the Youth 
Authority for a project entitled "Exchange Project." File 159-74-3. 
(Juvenile Court) 

ACTION : RECOMMENCED . 

9. Resolution authorizing extension of lease at 730 Polk Street for 
offices for the San Francisco Police Minority Recruitment Program. 
File 64-74-28. (Real Estate Dept.) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

10. Resolution approving immediate filling of vacated position of 
Plumbing Inspector. File 31-74-28. (Dept. of Public Works) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

11. Resolution extending time to Dec. 4, 1974, for award of contract 
for sedimentation tank dewatering, and blower and chlorination 
improvements at Southeast Water Pollution Control Plant. 

File 61-74-7. (Dept. of Public Works) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

12. Ordinance appropriating $4,900 for contractual services; rescinding 
$1,581 from contractual services, prior year, Social Services; an 
emergency measure. File 101-74-64. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



13. Resolution authorizing cancellation of uncollected delinquent 
penalties, costs, redemption penalties, interest and redemption 
fees. File 15-74-7. (Tax Collector) 

(Continued from November 13.) (3rd appearance on calendar.) 

ACTION: REMOVED FROM CALENDAR FENDING APPEARANCE OF TAX COLLECTOR. 

14. Ordinance appropriating $14,846 for permanent salaries and rescind- 
ing $16,099 from permanent salaries, and $211 from mandatory fringe 
benefits, for the reclassification of 1 position to Deputy Tax 
Administrator, Tax Collector's Office. File 101-74-60. (Controller) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO NOVEMBER 27. 

15. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1974-75, Finance 
and Records, reflecting the reclassification of 1 position to 
Deputy Tax Administrator, Tax Collector's Office; a companion 
measure to File 101-74-60. File 102-74-20. (Civil Service No. 22) 

(Continued from November 13.) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO NOVEMBER 27. 

16. Resolution waiving statute of limitations with respect to payment 
of a warrant in the sum of $175.00 payable to Michael Condon. 
File 23-74-7. (Health Service System) 

(Continued from November 13.) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 



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Wednesday^Noverr.ber 27, 1974 Room 223 City Hall, 2:00 p.m. 

Present; S :a vc Beroldingen, Molinari, Nslder 
Supervisor Molinari abeont on Items 1-6, 

1. Ordinance appropriating $50,000 from revenue sharing fund, 
Recreation find i^ark i:.pt., for plans, specifications and engineer- 
ing services for enc" rsing Martin Luther King Swimmiug Pool. 

File 101-74-66. (Concroller) 

ACTION: REC "ZD. 

2. Ordinance appropriating $130,000, Dept. of Public Works., for 
Joseph Lee Recreation Center Rehabilitation, Phase II; rescinding 
$130,000 from Hunters Point Redevelopment appropriation; an 
emergency measure. File 101-74-67. (Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

3. Resolution accepting gifts of two thoroughbred horses for use by the 
Mounted Unit of the San Francisco Police Department. File 38-74-43. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

4. Ordinance appropriating $26,966, Juvenile /3~urt , for permanent 
salaries for reclassification of 5 clerical. -positions; and 
rescinding $24,609 from permanent salaries. File 101-74-65. 
(Controller) 

ACTI ON : RECOMMENDED . 

5. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1974-75, reflecting 
the reclassification of 5 clerical positions, Juvenile Court 
Probation Office; a companion measure to File 101-74-65. 

File 102-74-32. (Civil Service No. 32) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

6. Resolution fixing price c:: $18.27 to be charged for copies of the 
Administrative Code; superseding price of $13.00 set forth in 
Resolution No. 871.59. File 56-74-4. 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

7. Ordinance amending Ordinance No. 1.075, "Enacting Ordinance of the 
San Francisco Municipal Code," by repealing Section 15 thereof 
relating to the printing and distribution of the Municipal Code. 
File 578-74. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

S. Resolution sf li itations with respect to payment 

of a $36.40 warrant payable to Breece W. Sloan. File 23-74-8. 
(Sheriff) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to December 4. 



Finance Coo • November 27, 1974 



9. Ordinance for pern ries and rescind- 

ing $16,C99 from permanent salaries and !?211 from mandatory fringe 
benefits, for the reclassification of 1 position to Deputy Tax 
Administrator, Tax Collector's Office. File 101-74-60. (Controller) 

(Continued xvoa November 20.) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to December 4. 

10. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1974-75, Finance 
and Records, reflecting the reclassification of 1 position to 
Deputy Tax Administrator, Tax Collector's Office; a companion 
measure to File 101-74-60. File 102-74-20. (Civil Service No. 22) 

(Continued from November 20.) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to December 4. 

11. Resolution amending Resolution No. 752-74 to extend the effective 
date of November 26 for an indefinite period for Bernard Orsi in 
the position of Port Director. File 31-74-21.1. (Port Commission) 

ArT-rnw To Board with recommendation "Do Pass After Amendment." 
iiUN: Amendment will be to extend time to Jan. 15, 1975, or until 
appointment of permanent Director, whichever occurs first. 

12. Resolution approving immediate filling of 12 vacated positions of 
Fireman. File 31-74-29. (Fire Department) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

13. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept funds 
from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for a project 
entitled "Project Agility." File 121-74-50. (Mayor) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

14. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept funds 
from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for a project 
entitled "Operation Identification." File 121-74-51. (Mayor) 

ACTION: Consideration continued to December 11* 

15. Resolution authorizing the Coroner to request and accept from the 
Office of Criminal Justice Planning an augmentation of project 
entitled "Drug Abuse in Criminal Deaths." File 337-74-3. (Mayor) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

16. Resolution authorizing compromise of claims of the City and County 
against various defendants. File 49-74-K. (City Attorney) 

20. 
William and Lawrence Crawley $1,333.33 
Laverne H. Graham 1,600.00 

Reserve Insurance Company 46,500.00 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

17. Cr din?. nee authorizing settlement of litigation of Charles Hud?'->eth 
against the City and County by payment of $1,500. File 45-74-32. 

ACT ION : REC0: 2 ENDED . 



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Board of Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, December 4, 1974 Room 228 City Hall-, 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 

1. Resolution approving release of Revenue Sharing funds in the amount 
of $574,000 for use by the Art Commission for Community Cultural 
Centers. File 575-74. (Art Commission) 

(762 Fulton St. purchase, Western Addition $300,000 

South San Francisco Opera House 162,000 

Potrero Hill Neighborhood House & Olivet Bldg. 75,000 

Intersection, North Beach 21,000 

Hospitality House, Central City 16,000 ) 

ACTTfiN- To Board with Recommendation "Do Pass After Amendment." 
• Amendment will be to release only $162,000 for South 
San Francisco Opera House. 

SPECIAL ORDER - 3:00 P.M . 

Joint Finance and Urban and Consumer Affairs Committee 

Consideration of proposed Development Agreement with Sponsors 
of San Francisco Performing Arts Center, Inc., for construction 
of various facilities. File 581-74. (Feinstein) 
(See separate Calendar.) 

REGULAR FINANCE COMMITTEE 

2. Ordinance authorizing sale of surplus City-owned property located 
at Alemany Blvd. and Onondaga Ave. File 585-74. (Real Estate) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

3. Resolution transferring jurisdiction of an area of land on Laguna 
Honda Hospital grounds from the Dept. of Public Health to the 
Public Utilities Commission for location of a new Municipal Railway 
electrical power substation. File 587-74. (Real Estate Dept.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

4. Ordinance appropriating $264,000, Hetch Hetchy Project Fund, for 
Moccasin Spillway, extension of apron and Moccasin Penstock Valve 
House. File 101-74-68. (Controller) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO DECEMBER 11. 



5. 



Ordinance appropriating $6,600, Recreation and Park Dept., from 
revenue sharing funds for 6-month extension of Visitacion Valley 
Coordinator personal services agreement. File 101-74-69. (Controller) 



ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

6. Resolution authorizing the Chief Administrative Officer to apply 
for and accept funds from the State Advisory Coordinating Council 
on Public Personnel Management for the purpose of conducting a 
bi-weekly Management Forum. File 579-74. (Chief Admin. Officer) 

ACT ION : RECOMMENDED . 



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7. Resolution waiving statute of limitations with respect to payment 
of a $36.40 warrant payable to Breece W. Sloan. File 23-74-8. 
(Sheriff) 

(Consideration continued from November 27.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

8. Ordinance appropriating $14,846, Tax Collector's Office, for 
permanent salaries, and rescinding $16,099 from permanent salaries 
and $211 from mandatory fringe benefits, for the reclassification 
of 1 position to Deputy Tax Administrator. File 101-74-60. 
(Controller) 

(Consideration continued from November 27.) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO DECEMBER 11. 

9. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1974-75, Finance 
and Records, reflecting the reclassification of 1 position to 
Deputy Tax Administrator, Tax Collector's Office; a companion 
measure to File 101-74-60. File 102-74-20. (Civil Service No. 22) 

(Consideration continued from November 27.) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO DECEMBER 11. 



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Meeting of 

^ JOINT FINANCE AND URBAN AND CONSUMER AFFAIRS COMMITTEE 

Board o ^Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday^ December 4, 1974 Room 228 City Hall, 3:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, R*??^, Mendelsohn, 

Molinari, Nelder, Falosi 

1. Consideration of proposed Development Agreement with the Sponsors 
of San Francisco Performing Arts Center, Inc., a non-profit corpo- 
ration, for construction of a $20,000,000 Performing Arts Center. 
File 581-74. (Feins tein) 

(Performing Arts Center to include: 

(a) A 3,000-seat performing hall on Marshall Square; 

(b) A 300 to 400-seat theater on Marshall Square; 

(c) An addition to expand the Opera House for set storage 
and rehearsal space on the east side of Franklin St. 
between Grove and Fulton Sts.; 

(d) An Opera House Annex for an additional rehearsal 
facility and restricted parking space on the west 
side of Franklin St.. between Grove and Fulton Sts.) 

ACTION: Prepared in and RECOMMENDED out of Committee, 
proposed Resolution: 

"Approving in principle and with qualification, the 
terms and conditions of the offer of Sponsors of 
San Francisco Performing Arts Center Inc. to construct 
a Performing Arts Center and related facilities for 
set storage and rehearsal for the War Memorial Opera 
House; designating Marshall Square as the site for a 
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Meeting of 

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Board of- Supervisors 
City and County of San Francisco 

Wednesday, December 11, 1974 Room 228 City Hall, 3:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 

1. Resolutions authorizing certain City officials to apply for and 
accept funds from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for 
various projects, as follows: 

Chief Adult Prob at ion Officer : Fi le No. 

(a) "Citizens' Initiative to Protect Students" 158-74-6 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

(b) "Work Incentive and Placement Project" 158-74-7 
ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

(c) "Internal Cash Collections Control Project" 158-74-8 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

(d) "Information Acquisition, Storage and Retrieval 

System" 158-74-9 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

(e) "Child Abuse and Neglect Project" 158-74-10 
ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

(f) "Juvenile Court Communication Services" 158-74-11 
ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

(g) "San Francisco Adult Probation Training Grant" 158-74-12 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

District Attorney : 

(h) "District Attorney's Training Program" 600-74-1 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED, 
(i) "Special Prosecution Unit for Violent Felonies" 600-74-2 

ACT ION : RECOMMENDED . 
Chief Juvenile Probation Officer : 
(j) "Staff Aides for Ranches" 159-74-4 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED, 
(k) "Juvenile Justice System Manual" 159-74-5 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



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Mayor ; File N o. 

(1) "Chinese Youth Alternatives" 121-74-50 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 
(m) "Bayview-Hunters Point Youth Service Center" 121-74-51 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED, 
(n) "Youth at the Crossroads" 121-74-52 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 
(o) "Project Time" 121-74-53 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO DECEMBER 18. 
(p) "Project 20" 121-74-54 

ACTI ON : RECOMMENDED . 
(q) "Filipino Youth Project" 121-74-55 

ACT I ON : RECOMMENDED . 
(r) "Streets Available for Everyone (S.A.F.E.)" 121-74-56 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO DECEMBER 18. 
(s) "Youth of Reality" 121-74-57 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED, 
(t) "Telegraph Hill Reighborhood Safety" 121-74-58 

ACTI ON : RECOMMENDED . 
(u) "Operation Identification" (Cont'd from Nov. 27.) 121-74-51 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 
Municipal Court : 
(v) "Courts' Integrated Automated Microfilm System" 156-74-1 

ACTI ON : RECOMMENDED . 
Public Defender : 
(w) "Public Defender Mobile Unit" 599-74-1 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 
(x) "Public Defender Neighborhood Branch Office" 599-74-2 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO DECEMBER 18. 
Public Health : 
(y) "Public Inebriate Diversion System" 160-74-21 

ACT ION : RECOMMENDED . 
(z) "Reality House West" 160-74-22 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



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Sheriff : File No . 

(aa) "Women's Resource Center/Substance Abuse" 161-74-17 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED „ 
(bb) "County Jail Ombudsman Project" 161-74-18 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED, 
(cc) "Community Outreach Project" 161-74-19 

ACT I ON : RECOMMENDED . 
(dd) "County Jail Educational Release Project" 161-74-20 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 
(ee) "Sheriff's Rules and Regulations" 161-74-21 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 
(ff) "Park and Mall Maintenance Program" 161-74-22 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 
(gg) "Sheriff's Transportation and Visiting Program" 161-74-23 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED, 
(hh) "Hold Project" 161-74-24 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 
(ii) "Sheriff's Correctional Officer Training Program" 161-74-25 

ACTI ON : RECOMMENDED . 
(jj) "Sheriff's Courtroom Security Project" 161-74-26 

ACTI ON : RECOMMENDED . 
Superior Court and Municipal Court : 
(kk) "Jury Selection and Utilization" 198-74-4 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 
(11) "Education and Training of Court Personnel" 198-47-5 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

2. Ordinance amending the Annual Appropriation Ordinance by amending 
Section 10 thereof to provide that compensation reserve, Fire 
Department, is appropriated for lump sum payment for accumulated 
sick leave benefits to Firemen upon death or retirement. 

File 101-"A-3. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

3. Ordinance amending the Annual Appropriation Ordinance by adding 
Section 10.2 thereto to provide for the transfer of surpluses 
existing in the appropriation for permanent salaries-civilian 

to overtime salaries-civilian. File 101-74-70. (Police Commission) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO DECEMBER 18. 



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4. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1974-75, reflecting 
amendment of Section 117080, City Attorney, by including 1 Head 
Attorney, Civil and Criminal, and 2 Principal Attorneys, Civil and 
Criminal, funded by interdepartmental work orders. File 102-74-34. 
(Civil Service No. 34) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

5. Resolution authorizing release of lien on property at 2421 Alemany 
Blvd. filed by the Department of Public Health for services 
rendered Mabel Gulley. File 3-74-9. (City Attorney) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

6. Ordinance authorizing execution of documents with the federal 
Department of Transportation and the San Francisco Bay Area Rapid 
Transit District for Project No. CAL-UTG-4 to provide for design, 
construction, and construction management of the United Nations 
Plaza. File' 137-74-6. (Transit Task Force) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

7. Ordinance appropriating $14,846, Tax Collector's Office, for 
permanent salaries, and rescinding $16,099 from permanent salaries 
and $211 from mandatory fringe benefits, for the reclassification 
of 1 position to Deputy Tax Administrator. File 101-74-60. 
(Controller) 

(Consideration continued from December 4.) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

8. Ordinance amending the Annual Salary Ordinance, 1974-75, Finance 
and Records, reflecting the reclassification of 1 position to 
Deputy Tax Administrator, Tax Collector's Office; a companion 
measure to File 101-74-60. File 102-74-20. (Civil Service No. 22) 

(Consideration continued from December 4.) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

9. Ordinance appropriating $264,000, Hetch Hetchy Project Fund, for 
Moccasin Spillway, extension of apron, and Moccasin Penstock Valve 
House. File 101-74-68. (Controller) 

(Consideration continued from December 4.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

10. Resolution authorizing reimbursement for cost of personal property 
of City and County employees damaged in the line of duty. 

File 51-74-4. 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO DECEMBER X8. 

11. Resolution authorizing adjustment of inventory of Department of 
Public Health, San Francisco General Hospital, to reflect loss of 
personal property. File 17-74-2. (Purchaser) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO DECEMBER 18. 



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12. Ordinance appropriating $62,000 for services of Industrial 
Engineer-Shipbuilding Specialist, and for Clearinghouse for 
State and Federal funds; rescinding $62,000 from appropriation 
for local community share, E.O.C, Mayor's Office. File 101-74-71, 
(Controller) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



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Board of Supervisors 
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Wednesday, December 18, 1974 Room 228 City Hall, 2:00 p.m. 

Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 
Sup. Molinari absent on Items 2-5, 8-10. 

1. Consideration of the financial status of the Haight Street 
Improvement Project. File 194-74-2. (von Beroldingen) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO DECEMBER 31. 

2. Resolution transferring jurisdiction of 585 Bush St. from the Dept. 
of Social Services to the Real Estate Dept. for expansion of the 
Sutter-Stockton parking facility. File 605-74. (Real Estate Dept.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

3. Ordinance appropriating $830.66 for maintenance and repair of 
equipment; rescinding $830.66 from appropriation for equipment, 
Single Men's Rehabilitation Center, Social Services Dept. 

File 101-74-72. (Controller) 

ACTI ON : RECOMMENDED . 

4. Request that Finance Committee release its hold for transfer of 
$50,000 from monies appropriated in the Repair and Demolition Fund. 
File 101-74-75. (Public Works Dept.) 

ACTION: REQUEST GRANTED. 

5. Resolution accepting gifts of plants from various donors for use by 
the Recreation and Park Dept. File 38-74-44. (Recreation & Park) 

(From Jerry C. Davids, 10,000 bulbs, valued at $1,235; 
From Mrs. E. Gritch, orchid plants, valued at $1,821.66; 
From Netherlands Flower Bulb Inst., 13,350 bulbs, $2,000.) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATIOr CONTINUED TO DECEMBER 31. 

6. Consideration of the effect of the 50c surcharge on Candlestick 
Park admission tickets upon attendance and revenues. File 534-74. 
(Francois) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR. 

7. Consideration to ascertain whether an amendment of the Payroll Tax 
Ordinance is required to exempt blind vendors. File 601-74. 

(von Beroldingen) 

ACTION: City Attorney to amend to coordinate with Gross Receipts 
Tax exemption. To Board December 30. 

8. Resolution authorizing cancellation of uncollected delinquent 
penalties, costs, redemption penalties, interest and redemption 
fees. File 15-74-7. (Tax Collector) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



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9. Ordinance appropriating $80,520 for contractual services and use 
of employees' cars, Registrar of Voters; an emergency ordinance. 
File 101-74-73. (Controller) 

ACT I ON : RECOMMENDED . 

10. Resolution cancelling and refunding unsecured property taxes for 
1972, 1973 and 1974, levied on Arts and Business Learning 
Experience. File 10-74-25. (Assessor) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO DECEMBER 31. 

11. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for and accept funds from 
the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for a project entitled 
"San Francisco Regional Evaluation Grant." File 121-74-61. (Mayor) 

ACTION : RECOMMENDED . 

12. Consideration of a $8,000 budget item for capital improvements for 
Youth Energy Source. File 602-74. (Molinari) 

apt-ton Resolution finding that $8,000 appropriation to Youth Energy 
ahiun. source, Inc., is a Public Purpose presented and RECOMMENDED. 
CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO DECEMBER 31. 

13. Application of Jaci Ornelas, a minor, for leave to present a 
$15,000 late claim for personal injuries received at the Airport. 
File 50-74-50. (City Attorney) 

(City Attorney recommends approval. Unless acted upon by 
Dec. 23rd, application will be deemed denied by operation of law.) 

ACTION: Resolution granting application prepared in and 
RECOMMENDED out of Committee. 

14. Communications, transmitting 20 applications for leave to present 
a late claim against the City and County and recommending their 
denial. File 50-74-49. (City Attorney) 



a. 


Roosevelt Anderson 


$10,000 


b. 


Michael Beasley 


40,000 


c. 


James Brooks 


40,000 


d. 


James Carrington 


10,000 


e. 


Eddie Clark 


30,000 


f. 


Donald Walker Craig 


10,000 


1: 


John Donaldson 


10,000 


Glenn R. Francis 


10,000 


i. 


Marvin Gibson 


10,000 


j. 


Lloyd Green 


30,000 


k. 


Mark Keener 


20,000 


1. 


Edward Land 


20,000 


m. 


Cleveland McFarland 


10,000 


n. 


Nelson Phillips 


50,000 


o. 


Robert Scott 


20,000 


P. 


Roy Scott 


10,000 


q. 


John Sumrall 


40,000 


r. 


Herbert Tucker 


10,000 


s. 


Fred Turner 


10,000 


t. 


Norman Wilkins 


20,000 


u. 


Julian Williams 


30,000 



ACTION: DENIED. FILE. 



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15. Ordinance amending the Annual Appropriation Ordinance by adding 
Section 10.2 thereto to provide for the transfer of surpluses 
existing in the appropriation for permanent salaries-civilian 

to overtime salaries-civilian. File 101-74-70. (Police Commission) 

(Continued from December 11.) 

. Amended to add: "and approval by the Finance Committee of 
ACTION: the Board of Supervisors." RECOMMENDED AS AMENDED. 

16. Resolutions authorizing certain City officials to apply for and 
accept funds from the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for 
various projects, as follows: 

(Continued from December 11.) 

Mayor : File No . 

(a) "Project Time" 121-74-53 

ACTION- CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO DECEMBER 31 
for decision of Committee, only. 

(b) "Streets Available for Everyone (S.A.F.E.)" 121-74-56 
ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

Public Defender : 

(c) "Public Defender Neighborhood Branch Office" 599-74-2 
ACTION: TABLED. 

17. Resolution authorizing reimbursement for cost of personal property 
of City and County employees damaged in the line of duty. 

File 51-74-4. 

(Continued from December 11.) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO DECEMBER 31 for 
Public Health Dept. and Juvenile Court. 

18. Resolution authorizing adjustment of inventory of San Francisco 
General Hospital, Department of Public Health, to reflect loss 
of personal property. File 17-74-2. (Purchaser) 

(Continued from December 11.) 

ACTION: CONSIDERATION CONTINUED TO CALL OF THE CHAIR. 

19. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to submit an applies. :ion for an 
operational grant for a supported work program for e::-of fenders. 
File 121-74-62. (Mayor's Office of Manpower) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

20. Resolution extending time for award of Dept. of Public Works Contract 
for miscellaneous alterations to Benjamin Franklin Junior High School 
to December 20, 1974. File 61-74-8. (Dept. of Public Works) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 



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Meeting of JAN 

.-- FINANCE COMMITTEE 

Board of-^Sup ervisors WBUC LBH *« 

City and County of San Francisco 

Tuesday^ December 31, 1974 Room 223, City Hall - 1:00 p.m. 

Adjourned: 4:35 p.m. 
Present: Supervisors von Beroldingen, Molinari, Nelder 

(Absent: Supervisor von Heroldingen for Iten 1; Supervisor 
Molirari for Items 4-7, incl.) 

1. Consideration of financial status of the Haight Street Improve- 
ment Project. File 194-74-2. (von Beroldingen) 

(12-18-74: Continued to 12-31-74 for report from Department 
of Public Y.'orks.) 

.„.—., TABLED . DPW requested to initiate supplemental appropriation 
ACilON: request to reappropnace funds from summer prop^Sm for tree 

planting at specified locations and tree basin "covers on 

Haight and Noriega Streets. 

2. Ordinance appropriating $3,000, Mayor's Office, for Youth 
Energy Source, buildings, structures and improvements; rescinding 
$8,000 from Youth Energy Source, contractual services. 

File 101-74-31. (Controller) 

(12-18-74: Mayor's office directed to prepare supplemental 
appropriation to reappropriate $8,000 from contractual 
services to capital improvements for consideration 12-31-74.) 

(12-18-74: Resolution recommended: "Finding that an appropria- 
tion of $8,000 to Youth Energy Source, Inc., is a public 
purpose." To Board January 6, 1975. File 602-74.) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

3. Communication requesting that the Commission on Aging be 
authorized to advertise for the position of Executive Director 
of the Commission on Aging at an annual salary of $26,400. 
File 582-74. (Commission on the Aging) 

($18,500 contributed by City; balance from federal grant from 
the State Office on Aging.) 



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ACTION: 



FILED . Commission to be advised that Beard cannot 
authorize advertisement for a position in excess of 
its budgeted amount. 






4. Resolution authorizing the 3hairman of the San Francisco 
Commission on the Aging to accept $3,000 for the purpose of 
selecting an Executive Director, Commission on the Aging; 
rescinding Resolution No. 790-74. File 508-74-1. 

(von Beroldingen) 

CONTINUED TO FEBRUARY 5 . Commission to furnish Committee 

ACTION: with copies of applications on file, as well as copy of 

revised job description for position. State Office of Asine 
advised authorization in Res. 440-74 expired 12-31-74. 

5. Resolution authorizing Mayor to apply for and accept funds from 
the Office of Criminal Justice Planning for project entitled 
"Project Time." File 121-74-53. (Mayor) 

(12-13-74: Continued to 12-31-74 for decision of Committee 
only. No testimony will be taken.) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO JANUARY 8. 



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6. Resolution authorizing the Mayor to apply for, accept, and 
expend Federal funds for a Public Employment Program. 
File 121-74-63. (Mayor) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

7. Resolution authorizing extension of lease of real property at 
730 Polk Street for use by the San Francisco Police Minority 
Recruitment Program. File 64-74-30. (Real Estate Department) 

ACTION: RECOMMENDED. 

8. Resolution authorizing extension of lease of real property 
at 1.548 Stockton Street for use by the Department of Public 
Health's Northeast Neighborhood Mental Health Outpatient 
Center. File 64-74-31. (Real Estate Department) 

ACTION: CONTINUED TO JANUARY 8.